Free PowerPoint Add-in
Last Updated: September 3rd 2011
03/31/2013 11:11 PM
Many times, we create slides with content of several types. For example, you might create a chart on the left part of your slide and then add some supporting data for the same chart as a table on the right side. While showing this particular slide, you may want to alternatively highlight both these content types so that you can help focus your audience's attention to the topic you are discussing. This sort of highlighting is possible if you design your graphics or slide content that way -- and are prepared to use a fair amount of animation. Fortunately, we are reviewing an add-in for PowerPoint that achieves predictable results without graphic jugglery or added animations. MagPointer automatically detects slide objects and enables you to interact with those objects in real time.
03/12/2013 10:29 PM
Sunil Chandna is the CEO of Stellar Information Systems Ltd. He heads the Sales and Marketing operations for Stellar, a company involved with data recovery software solutions and services business since 1993. Stellar develops data recovery software across different categories, such as hard disk recovery, database recovery, email recovery, password recovery, and Microsoft Office file recovery. In this conversation, Sunil discusses Stellar's Phoenix PowerPoint Repair product.
02/20/2013 11:43 AM
Yossi Pinkas is co-founder of MagPointer. MagPointer is the developer of a PowerPoint add-on for improving audience engagement during presentations, making presentations more interactive and easier to follow. In this discussion, Yossi explains how you can use MagPointer to make your presentations more responsive and interesting.
01/09/2013 11:43 PM
Jamie Garroch, CEO of GMARK Ltd., founded the company in 2009 to provide presentation professionals with PowerPoint software, content and training. Jamie uses PowerPoint for most of his graphic needs -- for everything from designing logos to creating web banners and even printed marketing collaterals. He also uses PowerPoint as a programming environment to create custom programming procedures and PowerPoint add-ins. In this conversation, Jamie discusses the new Auto Color option in his vMaps add-in for PowerPoint.
12/02/2012 10:54 PM
Tim Stumbles is the co-founder of Office Timeline, a small start-up on a mission to rid the world of project presentations that that make audiences yawn. Office Timeline makes the world's most popular timeline presentation tool, built as an add-in into Microsoft PowerPoint 2007, 2010, and 2013. In this conversation, Tim discusses how Office Timeline evolved, and how typical users work with the product.
11/15/2012 09:18 PM
Dennis Cafiero, the chief visionary for Presente3D, realized in 2011 that many of his customers were turned off to 3D because of the high cost in development. It just wasn't simple to make 3D unless you were a trained 3D professional. Before starting Presente3D, Dennis was Technical Director at EON Reality which provides 3D solutions for business and educational needs based on 3D Virtual Reality technology. With over 16 years of experience in the 3D industry, he understands the challenges facing the industry and consumers in the 3D marketplace. In this conversation, Dennis discusses Presente3D, a new 3D add-in for PowerPoint.
08/29/2012 12:18 AM
Art Holden has been in the animation and presentation industry since 1996. He helped start Animation Factory in 1997, where he served as general manager for thirteen years. He currently lives in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, USA and works with PresenterMedia, a media content creating company. In this conversation, Art discusses the new PowerPoint add-in from PresenterMedia that lets you search and insert visual content from within PowerPoint.
08/13/2012 10:47 PM
iSpring Converter is a PowerPoint add-in that converts your existing PowerPoint slides into interactive HTML5 content suitable for viewing on iOS devices like the iPad. This conversion attempts to preserve all movements in PowerPoint such as animations and transition effects including complicated 3D transitions and trigger animations. In addition, the conversion also supports embedded audio and video, and retains all PowerPoint styles, keeping the original PowerPoint look in HTML5. The converted output can be viewed easily in most contemporary browsers without additional plug-ins. Also your presentations are optimized for viewing on iPads and other mobile devices.
08/08/2012 02:14 AM
Gil Segal is the creator of ToolsToo and a senior software consultant. Gil is always on the lookout for ways to automate manual tasks in any software he uses and has been a PowerPoint power-user since the mid 90’s. In this conversation, Gil talks about his ToolsToo add-in for Microsoft PowerPoint.
07/26/2012 10:17 PM
Arranging shapes and other objects on PowerPoint slides is just one of the few things that could be more intuitive -- and did you ever want to make all shapes on your slide equally sized? If you wish that there were better aligning options that PowerPoint included, then you are not alone. Many PowerPoint users, especially those who create slide all day want features that will make their workflows simpler and faster. ToolsToo, our review product is a PowerPoint add-in that tries to be that simpler and faster option right inside PowerPoint.