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Re: [seul-edu] Re: Presentation Software
MagicPoint is a great.
On Sat, 27 Oct 2001, Karsten M. Self wrote:
> on Tue, Oct 23, 2001 at 08:25:42AM -0700, firstname.lastname@example.org (email@example.com) wrote:
> > I think that the best option for you is StarImpress, a presentations
> > program included in StarOffice.
> > That program works like PowerPoint, and since StarOffice is available
> > on 3 operating systems, you can run your presentation in Linux,
> > Windows or Solaris. You can even save your presentation using the
> > PowerPoint format.
> I missed the initial post in this thread (or already replied to it and
> deleted same). Quoting context is helpful.
> Another option is simply using HTML -- your presentation is portable
> over a wide range of platforms, automajickally.
> Galeon (http://galeon.sourceforge.net/) is a *very* nice, full-featured
> browser that includes a kiosk mode, toggled by the <F11> function key,
> which makes a slick presentation environment. The one nice add would be
> to have some way for automating the "next" page view without aiming for
> a button.
> Otherwise, yes, Impress (the "Star" prefix has been dropped with
> OpenOffice / StarOffice 6.x) is pretty good. Otherwise, I still prefer
> other tools to OO/SO for editing, mail, and spreadsheet. Give the
> damned thing a diet.
Dan Kubilos __\o_ ^
K-8 Tech Coord