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you can open presentations done in PowerPoint as well. I know in times of little money, free is a great alternative :o)
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yes, you can build them and view ones already made in MS PPT On 6/12/11, Does the open office also let you build powerpoints? wrote: > On 6/12/11, wig\ wrote: >> I forgot about that. Our Office program at school is so old, >> that we were seriously considering going to OpenOffice. I need >> to explore that option more. >> >> >> On 6/12/11, use OpenOffice's Impress - it...See More
Jun 12, 2011
L. Brown On 6/12/11, use OpenOffice's Impress - it's free and works the same wrote: > you can open presentations done in PowerPoint as well. I > know in times of little money, free is a great alternative > :o)

Prezi is fun. It is not as formal as PowerPoint. It's great for student brainstorming.
Jun 12, 2011
Ed Wyrwas On 6/12/11, L. Brown wrote: > On 6/12/11, use OpenOffice's Impress - it's free and works the > same wrote: >> you can open presentations done in PowerPoint as well. I >> know in times of little money, free is a great alternative >> :o) > > Prezi is fun. It is not as formal as PowerPoint. It's great > for student bra...See More
Jun 12, 2011
Jace's Mom says thanks! On 6/12/11, use OpenOffice's Impress - it's free and works the same wrote: > you can open presentations done in PowerPoint as well. I > know in times of little money, free is a great alternative > :o)

I appreciate the tip about OpenOffice's Impress!
Jun 12, 2011
Judy/k/TX I just went to buy MS office but thought I would wait. Little did I know you were going to save me some money! thanks, Judy
Jun 13, 2011


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