How Can I Spice-Up My PowerPoint Presentations?

by James Liberty 4 replies
At one time, I heard of a great program called Adobe Ovation that looked really great for adding flare and professionalism to PowerPoint presentations.

(Adobe - Ovation)

But unfortunately, this program is no longer compatible with current versions of PowerPoint... and does not seem to run with Open Office Impress, either.

That said, what can I do these days to spice-up my PowerPoint (or Impress) presentations?
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  • Profile picture of the author cyndiek
    Have you considered adding audio tracks to your PowerPoint Presentation? Feel free to PM me for additional information.

    Cyndie King
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    • Profile picture of the author jjpmarketing
      James... In Office 2007 you have a lot of features at your disposal to do this. You can pretty much do anything you want with the text. It won't have that flash-esque presentation that Ovation did, but it won't have a boring look either.

      What version are you working with?
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      • Profile picture of the author James Liberty
        Originally Posted by jjpmarketing View Post

        James... In Office 2007 you have a lot of features at your disposal to do this. You can pretty much do anything you want with the text. It won't have that flash-esque presentation that Ovation did, but it won't have a boring look either.

        What version are you working with?
        Let's see, I purchased Ovation... and I think I also bought PowerPoint 2003. But then I realized that Ovation wouldn't work with the PowerPoint version that I purchased.

        Ovation was awesome, because it created these professional-looking video backgrounds... I'm wondering if I should now just go buy an old version of PowerPoint.
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        • Profile picture of the author jjpmarketing
          You know... that may be your best option as long as you are not using Vista. I'm not certain how pre-2003 versions of Office act on Vista. If you are using XP though, you should be able to just go to eBay and get a cheap used copy.
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