What are alternatives to PowerPoint and Prezi?

Christy June 4, 2011
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Is there another presentation application besides PowerPoint and Prezi?

  1. Anonymous
    June 5, 2011 at 9:33 am

    The 4 Best Free Alternatives To Microsoft PowerPoint
    http://www.makeuseof.com/tag/4-free-alternatives-microsoft-powerpoint/

    WordGraph
    http://www.ssuitesoft.com/wordgraph.htm
    exports any document to a presentation file that is viewable in any web browser.

    Zslides
    http://home.zcubes.com/zslide.htm
    ZSlide is a part of ZCubes, an online office suite. ZSlide offers a great deal of features to create presentation online. There are two versions of ‘ZSlide Basic’ – for beginners and ‘Professional’ – for masters.The underlying technolgy is different, you can drag and drop videos, pics, text etc to the slide. The slides are calculation aware, and can include the CALCI spreadsheet and can generate charts on the fly.The best thing is you can draw over it, and annotate using handwriting – on the browser itself

    There are some online tools.
    1) Live-documents.com
    http://www.live-documents.com/
    This site offers not only powerpoint, but also a table and a word processing.
    The language is in English only. Very fast and intuitive, especially if we master well microsoft office.

    2)280 slides
    http://280slides.com/
    280 slides is a "web based" application  no need
    to install software on machine, just have an internet connection, the advantage is that it is possible to integrate these presentations in a blog with the provision of a code, export a version to "Slideshare.net". It is possible to import and export in .ppt
    format.

    3)show.zoho.com
    https://show.zoho.com/login.do?serviceurl=%2FHome.do
    It is absolutely essential to create a Zoho account to just do everything that microsoft office does with many of the gadgets and more. Here the powerpoint is called Show. You  can export files to formats compatible ppt.

     4)http://www.adequat-slideshow.com/

  2. Tina
    June 5, 2011 at 4:31 am

    Christy,

    there are alternatives, but what exactly are you looking for? A software or a web-based solution? I assume you are looking for a free alternative.

    LibreOffice and OpenOffice both come with presentation software that is very similar to PowerPoint.

  3. Socrtwo
    June 5, 2011 at 4:06 am

    Impress is part of the Free Open Office, Corel WordPerfect Office has a Presentation program called Presentations.  Here's a pretty long list: 
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Category:Presentation_softwareGoogle Docs has a free one too.