MS PowerPoint

  [email protected] 10:33 05 Jul 2007
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Just a quickie! Is MS PowerPoint available on it's own or is it part of a suite?

  robbiepaul79 10:36 05 Jul 2007

You can purchase it seperate

  Hawy 10:53 05 Jul 2007

Have you thought about "Impress" which is part of the "Open Office" suite? click here

  [email protected] 11:05 05 Jul 2007

Thanks for the feedback. No Hawy, new to me. I will check it out but it's no good unless the recipients have it as well!
Thanks again.

  [email protected] 11:08 05 Jul 2007

Crikey - it's expensive!

  P1d 11:25 05 Jul 2007

You could try this click here

It's openoffice portable which installs on a memory stick. So if you go to a clients premises and have a presentation setup in Impress, the client doesn't need the software installed as it's on your memory stick and runs from there along with your presentation.

I use a full array of the portable apps including openoffice, firebird, thunderbird, NVU, filezilla, they work great for me.

Just a thought.

P1d

  P1d 11:25 05 Jul 2007

PS. and it's free !

  [email protected] 13:08 05 Jul 2007

Thanks everyone.

  awest3 14:00 05 Jul 2007

Should you have anyone in the family who is a student (school included) you could can get a full copy of office for about £100..which of course includes powerpoint..I got mine from PC world.

Al

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