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If you find yourself emailing versions of a presentation around to collaborators, consider one or more of these instead. They're online sites that let you share your presentations.
Posted at 05:45 AM in Impress: 2008, OpenOffice | Permalink
Hi, since you were talking about presentation sharing, we have an open source tool that can allow anyone to set up a presentation sharing, interconversion, online tutorial building, and in a few days also live presentation with voice. A demo is available at http://chameleon.uwc.ac.za, where you can upload a presentation in Open Office or PowerPoint format, and watch what happens. The software is downloadable from
http://avoir.uwc.ac.za, and you need the Chisimba core, Open Office headless, and then install the webpresenter and realtimetools modules. Regards, Derek
Derek Keats |
June 01, 2008 at 01:33 AM
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