[thelist] Presentation software Windows?

Roberto Gorjão roberto at castelosnoar.com
Wed Sep 26 04:11:07 CDT 2007

Impress --http://www.openoffice.org/product/impress.html -- is 
definitely your best option for several reasons:

   1. It is quite sophisticated and filled with more than enough features;
   2. it is a standard format, so new versions of Microsoft Power Point
      should be able to open it;
   3. it is able to save both in its own format and in .ppt, the Power
      Point format, so you'll be able to exchange it with Microsoft only
   4. the application exists in portable version --
      http://portableapps.com --, so you'll be able to carry it on a pen
      and perform changes on your work wherever you go.


Peter-Paul Koch wrote:
> Hello,
> Can anyone recommend some good presentation software for Windows? Not
> bloody Power Point, and not anything browser-based, either. I don't
> need that many special effects; a basic possibility to animate
> somehing would be enough.
> Modest price no problem.
> Thanks,

-------------------- Roberto Gorjão
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