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Re: Presentation software


From: Woody Duncan (wduncan_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Wed Dec 03 2003 - 14:46:59 PST

        Almost everything on a mac is superior to pc's when it comes
to images. The big drawback to using mac based presentations is
that pc users can't use them. Unfortunately we live in a pc world
so I create powerpoints (using Office for the mac) on my mac so
I can share them with the rest of the world.
                                        Woody in KC (love my mac)

Melissa Enderle wrote:
> Actually, Mac users have an excellent alternative to PowerPoint - Keynote. I
> find Keynote's handling of images and text superior to that of PowerPoint.
> Images and text seem crisper than with PP and you can enhance these through
> drop shadows and transparency. I purchased a copy along with iDVD2, etc.
> through Apple's deal for educators.
> The one big limitation I have found in this relatively new program is that
> you can't create automatic hyperlinks. I'm sure this will be fixed in future
> versions.
> Melissa

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