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PowerPoint and Presenting Blog: February 2005

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PresenterNet Users Add New Applications with Macromedia FlashPaper2

Saturday, February 26, 2005
posted by Geetesh on 2:22 PM IST

PresenterNet, provider of online interactive Web conferencing services, has demonstrated new online applications enabled by integration of Macromedia FlashPaper2. PresenterNet now integrates FlashPaper2 files from any source into contiguous online presentations, so that FlashPaper source documents appear as part of a traditional slide group. Because the Macromedia product can convert any printable document to Flash, PresenterNet users routinely include extra-large documents like complex spreadsheets, flow charts, detailed blueprints and geographic maps along with their traditional PowerPoint slides. More on the eMediaWire site...

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Wednesday, February 23, 2005
posted by Geetesh on 3:32 PM IST

Pete McChrystal is the founder and CEO of Accent Technologies. During the early years, Accent’s focus was on high-end presentation development and management services for corporate clients. Today, Librarian is used by many Global 2000 companies to manage and distribute documents and presentation materials to global offices and mobile sale forces. In this interview, Pete discusses PowerPoint, DAM and ADM...

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posted by Geetesh on 11:18 AM IST

This is a 350K Java library that requires no installation of PowerPoint. It can render any slide into a "java.awt.image.BufferedImage", for conversion to PNG/JPEG/etc. In conjuction with the open-source iText library it can also convert presentations to PDF. More on the Root Beer blog...

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Tuesday, February 15, 2005
posted by Geetesh on 8:10 AM IST

Wireless presentation specialist Infrablue is looking to establish a UK channel following the launch of its latest product, the Irma presentation system. The product, which is made up of specially designed compression software and a pocket-sized device, uses Bluetooth technology that allows end-users to deliver PowerPoint presentations without the need for a laptop. More on vnunet.com...

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posted by Geetesh on 8:04 AM IST

Serious Magic, Inc. gave a technology preview of Ovation, companion software for Microsoft PowerPoint that automatically transforms PowerPoint slides into highly-polished, professional presentations. Based on a new visualization engine, Ovation offers two key benefits; it dramatically improves presentations and then it helps presenters deliver them better. 'Ovation re-imagines flat, lifeless PowerPoint slides into rich, compelling presentations that have the polished look of a network TV broadcast,' says Mark Randall, president and CEO of Serious Magic. 'Then Ovation helps presenters deliver that presentation better with a teleprompter to stay on-point and a unique on-screen TimeKeeper to stay on pace.' More on the ArriveNet site...

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Monday, February 14, 2005
posted by Geetesh on 6:38 PM IST

Most corporate workers already spend their days using Microsoft Office. The company's goal now is to get more servers to follow suit. With an already commanding share of the desktop market, Microsoft these days is trying to transform Office into a tool that is deeply tied into a company's core business processes. In Microsoft's ideal world, Office serves as the friendly, familiar interface for the massive databases that hold a company's customer and other information. More on CNET News.com....

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Wednesday, February 09, 2005
posted by Geetesh on 9:59 AM IST

JupiterImages, a division of Jupitermedia Corporation, has relaunched its Animations.com website, providing more than 200,000 animations, Flash components, PowerPoint templates, background graphics and other images. More on the Graphic Exchange News site...

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Saturday, February 05, 2005
posted by Geetesh on 4:23 PM IST

Microsoft brought out its biggest guns Friday to push its Office Systems conglomeration as a development platform. Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates spoke to about 800 ISVs and corporate developers on Friday morning, touting his company's embrace of XML and Web Services standards with its Office franchise as a good starting point for application development. With "Office itself, we're exposing more and more extensibility, all of that is done through XML,"Gates said. More on the CRN site...

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posted by Geetesh on 2:42 PM IST

To cut a long story short, let me tell you that my first movie capture of a PowerPoint presentation with Snapz Pro X exceeded my expectations. I even played it on Windows using the QuickTime Player and it was smoother than any other presentation capture that I had done on that platform. Learn how Snapz Pro X makes amazing movies from PowerPoint:mac presentations...

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Friday, February 04, 2005
posted by Geetesh on 9:21 AM IST

Students in Dan Carroll's physics class at Yorktown High School in Virginia turned in their science projects last week. Some of them prepared their work the way generations of students have done, with labels and charts pasted onto display boards of a prescribed size. But others were able to bypass last-minute trips to the store for cardboard, glue sticks and markers, because MrCarroll encourages the use of PowerPoint software. "It's hard to glue things on those boards, and some kids don't do it well," MrCarroll said. Technology is rapidly changing the world of science, but it is only now starting to change the world of the science project, a ritual of the academic year. Now that computers are second nature to many students, some teachers are abandoning the traditional cardboard displays in favour of electronic files. Some are even creating PowerPoint templates to make it easier for students to produce a smart-looking showcase. More on the Australian Financial Review site...

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Thursday, February 03, 2005
posted by Geetesh on 7:22 PM IST

Many PowerPoint users have hundreds if not thousands of presentations on their computers. And if you are like any of those users, you probably have all the content for tomorrow's presentation scattered in slides across those hundred presentations. All you need now is a solution that will assemble the slides you need into a new presentation that you can thereafter fine-tune. If you really need a magic potion like that, do look at Slide Executive...

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Wednesday, February 02, 2005
posted by Geetesh on 1:22 PM IST

The new PowerPoint Ezine has been released.

Neuxpower Sweepstakes
PowerCONVERTER XP
Photoshop for PowerPoint
Fills & Lines - Part V
and more...

Read now....

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Tuesday, February 01, 2005
posted by Geetesh on 12:59 PM IST

For this test, I created a single slide presentation that consists of several AutoShapes with varying transparency levels. All AutoShapes have entry, emphasis and exit animations. Learn how PowerCONVERTER XP fared...

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posted by Geetesh on 9:12 AM IST

Maybe you've been in a conference room when an earnest co-worker dims the lights and fires up a PowerPoint presentation. If the lights were on, this well-meaning individual would see eyes glazing over, as the audience cringes at yet another set of informational graphics, charts and bullet points. Read more on the California Job Journal site...

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