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21
dec

Why Gimp Is An Awesome Free Image Editor For Enhancing Your PowerPoint Images

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Creative images can really make your PowerPoint presentations stand out.

The thing is though, these types of images can’t be just picked out of a magic catalog.

Occasionally, you might get lucky and find an image online that fits your presentation perfectly (where no image editing is needed).

However, in most cases you have to spend some time doing some tweaking and editing to make sure all your images fit with your theme.

06
dec

Create And Share Live Presentations Across All Devices With Swipe’s Presentation Software

Introducing Swipe - The Free Presentation Software That Lets You Create & Share Across Multiple Devices

Presentation software companies are popping up everywhere these days as potential PowerPoint alternatives, including Prezi, Haiku Deck, and Google Presentations to name a few.

One in particular that is making headlines at the moment is a new presentation software company called Swipe, which is a free presentation tool that let’s you create and share LIVE presentations with anyone on any device.

26
nov

New Windows “Office Remote App” – Lets You Control Your PowerPoint Presentations From Your Phone

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There are many presentation tools out there, but here is one that could actually make your life much easier.

Last week, Microsoft’s Research Group announced the launch of the Office Remote app for Windows Phone.

If you have a Windows Phone you can download this new app today straight from the Windows Phone app store, and the accompanying desktop add-in from the Microsoft Download Center.

19
mar

How To Make PowerPoint Look Like Prezi

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While PowerPoint still holds approximately 95% of the presentation software market, some people prefer using Prezi due to its unique “zoom feature”, that moves the audience back and forth between a high level overview and specific individual slides (as seen in the video example below).