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PowerPoint and Presentation News - Issue 064

Issue 064 of PowerPoint and Presentation Stuff newsletter.

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This is the first ezine issue for this month, and there is so much to share with all of you. Let's get started.

Wildform Announces WildPresenter

Wildform announced the release of their WildPresenter product that enables anyone to create Flash presentations, product demos, training videos, and sales & marketing materials. It includes a PowerPoint to Flash converter - actually it includes 8 products:

  • A screen recorder
  • A PowerPoint to Flash converter
  • A video and audio converter
  • A timeline editor with easy wizards
  • A drawing and flowcharting suite
  • A video and audio capture tool
  • A text effects engine
  • An animation and transition generator

You might want to download a trial here (link no longer exists).

And Wildform also has a special 10% discount for Indezine readers and visitors - just use the promo code PPTGTB - this code is valid until Friday, March 10th.

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Giveaways and More

In the last issue, I announced the Ppted giveaway of the Green Gaze collection of PowerPoint templates - congratulations to the winners who include Bonnie Moore, David Cox, Gianni, Kawaldeep Singh, Marilyn Hanes, Tom Hodgers, and Wael Al-Khateeb

And now for more goodies - Ppted is giving away five copies of their Marbled Magic collection of PowerPoint templates. To win, all you need to do is fill in this form. Mention "Marbled Magic " in the Comments field - the sweepstakes ends on March 8th.

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New Content and Happenings

Dave Paradi is holding his Think Outside The Slide workshop in New York on March 14th - check out this page for more info (link no longer exists).

Rick Altman has announced PowerPoint Live 2006 - it's going to be held at sunny San Diego this year - the dates are September 17th to 20th - check the event site now. Yes, I'll be there and do remember that the early pricing ends April 1st, 2006.

Echo Swinford's new book on PowerPoint Annoyances is out - you'll see some excerpts and an interview soon on - but if you often run into PowerPoint problems, you might want to just get a copy for yourself today.

OutlookPoint from PresentationPoint allows you to export all your Outlook content such as email, contacts, and more to a database that can then be integrated with their DataPoint product to create PowerPoint slide output.

Kathy Jacobs' PowerPoint and OneNote sites have a new home at OnPPT.

Ellen Finkelstein, author of How to Do Everything with PowerPoint 2003 shows you how you can create an effective PowerPoint timer (link no longer exists).

More Free Templates

There are tons of new PowerPoint templates on - make sure you download these freebies.

End Note

More PowerPoint related info on the PowerPoint Blog and PowerPoint Notes. And PowerPoint templates for all of you.

And here's a link to the previous issue of this newsletter.

Until next time - have a great day. And keep the feedback coming.


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