Monthly Archives: August 2009

Browse posts released in August 2009. See all archives.

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August 29th, 2009
Instant Effects Presenter v4: Conversation with Don Brittain




August 26th, 2009
PresentationPro Motion Templates Volume 1: The Indezine Review




August 25th, 2009
TechSmith SnagIt 9: The Indezine Review




August 17th, 2009
PPTProTools: The Indezine Review




August 13th, 2009
Canto Cumulus 8: Conversation with Steffen Setzer




August 11th, 2009
Free YawnBuster Giveaway




August 11th, 2009
Adobe eLearning Suite: Getting the Trial




August 11th, 2009
TechSmith Announces Camtasia Studio for Mac




August 11th, 2009
World’s Best Presentation Contest ’09 from SlideShare




August 8th, 2009
Raptivity Presenter: The Indezine Review




August 7th, 2009
SlideFinder: The Indezine Review




August 7th, 2009
Acoolsoft PPT2Video Converter 2: The Indezine Review




August 4th, 2009
Raptivity Presenter: Conversation with Vikas Joshi




August 3rd, 2009
Acoolsoft PPT2YouTube: The Indezine Review




August 3rd, 2009
Adobe Captivate’s New Roundtrip PowerPoint Workflow




August 1st, 2009
PowerFinish Worship Themes: The Indezine Review





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