Monthly Archives: August 2007

Browse posts released in August 2007. See all archives.

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PowerPoint and Presenting Notes
PowerPoint and Presenting Glossary



August 31st, 2007
The Art of Office




August 31st, 2007
Doodles: New PowerPoint Template Set From Ppted




August 31st, 2007
Seaside Cubism: New PowerPoint Template Set From Ppted




August 17th, 2007
Newsoft’s WMS 200 Video Wireless Projector Adapter




August 15th, 2007
SlideRocket Beta Signups




August 10th, 2007
Zoho Viewer: Solution for Bulky E-mail Attachments




August 8th, 2007
Apple Announces iWork ’08, New Keynote Version, and New Numbers Program




August 8th, 2007
My Book Shelf




August 7th, 2007
FlashSpring Pro 2.2




August 4th, 2007
PocketMac Remote: Conversation with Tim Goggin




August 3rd, 2007
Microsoft Office For Mac Delayed




August 3rd, 2007
Online PowerPoint Youtube-Alike




August 2nd, 2007
People Chain: New PowerPoint Template Set From Ppted




August 2nd, 2007
Wildform Releases WildPresenter Pro 3.4




August 2nd, 2007
Microsoft MacBU releases Open XML File Format Converter Beta




August 1st, 2007
Microsoft Works 9, Free with Ads





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