What presentation software is the best? What plug-ins work well in PowerPoint? How can I convert presentations for the web? Which slide hosting site works best? Which online presentation software works best?
These questions and more are answered in this presentation software section.
27th July - PowerPoint 2013: First Look. Our designers take a look at PowerPoint 2013, and discuss the pros and cons of its new design and features.PowerPoint Training
18th April - The latest update to PowerPoint 2003 has resulted in issues with layouts and templates, causing some files to corrupt. Read our advice here.PowerPoint Training
30th March - This month, we review PowerPoint 2010′s new broadcast feature, which allows you to stream your slideshow to your contacts live, without any additional software.PowerPoint Training
29th September - m62 reviews SlideDynamic, a PowerPoint plug-in that creates Flash-based menus within PowerPoint, enabling presenters to promote interactivity with the audience.PowerPoint Training
28th September - SlideDynamic creates Flash-based menus within PowerPoint, enabling interactivity with audiences. We interview Tim James, Creator of SlideDynamic, to uncover the thinking behind the software. PowerPoint Training
18th August - Gapminder utilises the Trendalyzer software to create animated moving graphs that visualise impressive amounts of data in an engaging way. But can it be used in presentations?PowerPoint Training
19th July - The best new features of Microsoft PowerPoint 2010. How great new functionality such as smart tabbing and video bookmarking helps make PowerPoint design easier.PowerPoint Training
1st March - In the second part of our PowerPoint 2010 review, m62′s designers outline improvements in usability and performance.PowerPoint Training
10th February - Review of PowerPoint to Flash conversion software. m62′s team tested Articulate Presenter, iSpring Presenter, and FlashPoint Professional. Which proved best for value?PowerPoint Training
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Paul Armson, Prestwood Software
The presentation was slick and polished – it really looked professional. The slides demonstrated the message, making it clear and easy to understand; particularly the complicated graph, which was broken down into simple steps. Much nicer to watch than slide after slide of bullet points! It really did look great.