More has been written about the art of the presentation than could ever be covered here, but one thing that usually accompanies your co-workers’ demos are PowerPoint slides.
Still, many have a love-hate relationship with PowerPoint, in part because some believe presentation slides are a crutch for bad public speakers.
Sadly, meetings with presentations (and the need for accompanying slides) remain a reality. Perhaps most useful are the collaboration features — multiple users in multiple locations can work on the slides simultaneously (something Drive also does with aplomb with word processing and spreadsheet documents). As it states in an introductory deck of slides, Haiku Deck is shooing for 33 per cent simplicity, 33 per cent beauty, and 34 per cent fun (as much fun as prepping for a meeting can be, anyway). Once you’re done creating a Haiku Deck, showing it is easiest with an iPad, but the decks are also embeddable into sites. To open a program during a PowerPoint presentation in Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 we can use the Actions feature. Moreover, we can start any file with an extension associated to a program in Windows and this way we can open other than executable files or installers. For demos, opening external programs during a PowerPoint presentation is something that can help the presenter during the slideshow to keep a good timing and presentation flow. If you want to open a program then you will need to browse the executable file and choose it.
The name was changed for legal reasons in 1987, the same year Microsoft bought the company behind it and created its Graphics Business Unit.
The software is such a behemoth, that as of 2012, it held 95 per cent of the presentation software market, according to Bloomberg Businessweek.
Well, we can tell you that one of our favourites, SlideRocket, is no longer accepting new customers as it tries to integrate more with sales tool ClearSlide.


You can upload PowerPoint (PPT) files to Google Drive Presentation for editing or playback, or export the Google Drive formatted files to PPT format (or PDF) as needed to work with other systems.
Haiku Deck stresses the use of art and imagery, making it a must for designers — but it provides access to 35 million pieces of free stock art to go with six included themes.
They can also be exported into PowerPoint and KeyNote formats, though Haiku Deck would prefer you publish your deck on their site, making it public (the best of them end up in the Haiku Deck Gallery), but you can restrict the audience or make it totally private as desired.
Part of the free suite with 5GB of space (you can get fifty times more if you have a group of users paying $5 or £3 per month per user), Show is on the web so presentations are available everywhere. This Windows software isn’t strictly for creating presentations, but it does something different by supporting multiple kinds of presentation files and other formats (like PDFs, Prezi files, video, images, you name it). The free version sticks a watermark on your work, and it’s a hefty $19 (£11) per month minimum to get rid of it! Well, unlike the full version that comes with Microsoft Office, the stripped-down PowerPoint Web App handles your PPTs with ease, which shouldn’t be a surprise. We can add a simple shape in the PowerPoint slide and then configure a new action over this shape (to make it works like a classic button) and open an external program or file during the presentation. For example, we can open a Visio file from PowerPoint or even open images in Photoshop or any other picture editing software. For simplicity, you can use the Action for Click mode and then specify Open a File from the Hyperlink to combo box. But you can also choose any other file and then PowerPoint will try to open the file with the associated program in Windows. Many simply hate meetings and anything associated with them (to which we say, testify, brother!).
But they might just be the right tools you need, and definitely at the right price (free!).


Everything in the presentation is on one, giant slide — you just jump from spot to spot. You’ll want a browser with SilverLight installed, and that probably means using Internet Explorer for Windows most of the time. It offers plenty of templates, colours, and animations to make any speaker happy if they need the extra flash. For example, you can use this same approach to open other documents like Word documents from PowerPoint or Excel spreadsheets during a slideshow. For this example, we have specified an action that will open EditPlus, the popular text editor file during the slideshow. Everyone else might be using Apple’s elegant and easy KeyNote software (which is only free with new Macs).
You won’t find every feature of the desktop version here, but you will be able to save directly to your SkyDrive (soon to be OneDrive) account for access anywhere. Import of PPTX files is a breeze, but it only outputs the older PPT format or its own, or it just converts slideshow files to PDF. This can be good for example if you need to show a text file during the PowerPoint slideshow. Some are online-only, so you can access them anywhere as long as you have a high-speed Internet connection.
Inside a slide, you can draw shapes, create tables, link shapes, enter unseen comments, and more.



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