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Impress is a excellent free alternative to Powerpoint. It can use many different formats and open any presentation made with Powerpoint without problem. It also recognizes the most popular video formats like .AVI and .MP4, and recovers your data perfectly...
Remember that excited feeling you DON'T get every time someone at your office pulls up a PowerPoint presentation? Prezi has been designed to put the *presentation* back into giving presentations. It takes no time to set up (Facebook sign-in is such a...
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The GNOME look and feel. It feels very out of date, and it is not optimized for high resolution, retina displays yet. The animations are dated, and the application is not very intuitive overall in its menu placements.
I've overheard many people, particularly those 30+ in age, say that Prezi makes them feel a little sick, especially when a presenter blitzes through and moves too quickly through the slides. When working with mixed-age audiences I think it would be extra...
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