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Dynamic TIME: The Indezine Review

Let’s imagine that you want to show a clock on your slides — or, do you want to show a countdown or even counters of seconds, minutes, hours, or even days? Or if your countdown gets to zero, you may want something to happen after that, such as moving to another slide? Of course, this is possible to achieve in PowerPoint. All you need is a thorough knowledge of programming, and even better — a programmer sitting next to you all the time so that you don’t have to worry about setting it all up! We found a better solution, and it does not need a full time programmer — it only needs a one-time investment of a few dollars. And it’s an add-in called Dynamic TIME that plugs right within PowerPoint.

Explore how you can add a live clock, countdown or even counters on your slides using Dynamic TIME, an add-in for PowerPoint.

Categories: add-in, powerpoint, presentationpoint

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