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SmartDraw 2010: The Indezine Review

Visual content often scores higher than pure textual content — and this has been proved by several scientific studies and surveys. Yet it is not always easy to create and use visual content in slides, documents, or even web pages because the tools required in creating such content typically involve a long learning curve, and familiarity with some new terminology. Our review product, SmartDraw 2010 overcomes these limitations and allows normal office people to create good looking and effective business graphics. How does it fare? Read on…

Categories: graphics, powerpoint, smartdraw

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