SlideBoom Supports Open Document Format


SlideBoom Supports Open Document Format

Created: Thursday, June 4, 2009 posted by at 4:47 pm

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SlideBoom, a leading slide sharing platform announced support for Open Document Presentation (ODP) files. The ODP file format is increasingly being used in free office suites like OpenOffice, NeoOffice or IBM Lotus Symphony and proprietary software packages like Sun Microsystems’ StarOffice. SlideBoom continues support for PowerPoint and some other file formats.

More info can be found on the SlideBoom blog…

Categories: odf, online_presentations, slideboom




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