PowerPoint Add-in Needs a Name!

Created: Saturday, September 22, 2007, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 4:59 am

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Steve Hards has created a new PowerPoint add-in that needs a name! The add-in creates an ‘opaque glass’ effect by converting the properties of a PowerPoint shape to become a transparent blur. You can then apply animations, etc., to produce all sorts of effects, very much in keeping with the trend to picture-oriented slides.

This can be probably better shown than explained — so take a look at a small demo movie that Steve has posted on his site. When you get there, you will be able to ‘vote’ for a name and sign up for a great discount on the add-in’s launch price.

Help him choose a name, and help yourself to a discount, but be quick, the web page will only be available until Sunday, 30th November only. Head here…

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