Created: Saturday, December 6, 2003, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 11:00 am

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You might want to look at Powerbullet, a free presentation program that outputs to the Flash SWF format. You can also use it to create quick menus and animations in Flash that can be used with PowerPoint.


Update in 2018: Looks like the link no longer works. So for those who want to know what it looked like back in 2003, I have changed the link to the Wayback Machine.

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