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PowerPoint Links

Explore various PowerPoint links. There are links to PowerPoint add-ins, companion programs, and other resources.


Product/Version: PowerPoint

Since this page was getting very long, I decided to move some sub-categories to individual pages - click any of the categories below to open the relevant page or links on this page:

Techniques And Tutorials
Commercial Templates
Free Templates
Add-ins and Plug-ins
Companion Programs

Add-Ins and Plug-Ins

PPTools are add-ins from Steve Rindsberg that allow you to edit, create, program and repair PowerPoint presentations—includes a free Starter Set.

Articulate Presenter converts your presentations to eLearning content.

NXPowerLite reduces the file size of Microsoft PowerPoint presentations by optimizing the graphics and embedded documents within a presentation.

PresentationPoint creates DataPoint, an add-in that interfaces databases with PowerPoint in addition to the free PlanPoint and ShowPoint add-ins.

Shyam Pillai creates various add-ins including Image Importer Wizard, SecurePack and the free LiveWeb.

CrystalGraphics delivers a range of PowerPoint add-ins that do everything from adding new transitions in PowerPoint to adding better photo effects and charts.

Perspector allows you to create and animate 3D content inside PowerPoint.

See Also: PowerPoint Add-In Reviews on Indezine


Companion Programs

Download Microsoft's free PowerPoint Viewer here to view PowerPoint presentations if you don't have the program on your system.

Techsmith's Camtasia captures any PowerPoint presentation into a video file, which can be recorded to DVD or VCD. For still screen captures, try Techsmith Snagit.

To edit, convert and filter your presentation sounds, you could try of the free Audacity. More sound editors here.

Adobe Acrobat and FreePDF let you print your PowerPoint files into Adobe's PDF format.

SmartDraw lets you create quick organization charts, drawings and diagrams.

CorelDRAW and Adobe Illustrator allow far more vector editing control than within PowerPoint.

Adobe Photoshop, PaintShop Pro and Corel PHOTO-PAINT allow you to create your own backgrounds for PowerPoint and do more.



The PowerPoint and Presenting Stuff group on LinkedIn is very active—you need to be a LinkedIn member though to post questions and responses.

Microsoft's Answers forums have a dedicated PowerPoint area.


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