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Looking for good presentations.
Yeah, yeah, I know, but it still has to be something that can be handed around. InDesign or others will not work.
Filter just resulted in the useless comments (which I may have participated in at one point and am eating my words).
+1billion for Keynote
Way more flexible than PPT. You can export as PPT, PDF, jpegs, printerfriendly, etc.
But I understand working in PPT is just not avoidable sometimes. If that's the case good luck. Just make something you're remotely happy with because i've come to notice that nothing you will ever do in ppt will make me happy. Just finesse it to the breaking point and move on.
Thanks. I need to be able to hand off a template, so other programs are out.
And yes, I've resigned myself to the fact that it won't be perfect.
Now there's a great oxymoron...
They didn't insist, but it seems like the most flexible approach. Their current presentations are in PP, so making a new one, handing a template that they can use for quick letters or whatever, seems like the best approach.
I think we'll design something, try to put it together in PP, then if then if that doesn't work easily move onto ID.