(solved, THANK Amy Templeton/Julian De Marchi/Yasar Sarcan) Re: can you recommend any open source presentation tool?
Thanks! I'll try pdf.
--- Amy Templeton <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Serena Cantor <email@example.com>
> > Which software is Linux's equivalence of M$'s PowerPoint?
> OpenOffice Impress is that same kind of point-and-click
> presentation-making tool, and if you have to present on a computer
> that hasn't yet figured out how to deal with OpenOffice, you can
> save your presentation as a PDF presentation and use (PDF reader of
> choice)'s fullscreen mode to give a presentation, or even save as
> (*shudder*) MS-Powerpoint if absolutely necessary.
> If you're less into the point-and-click thing, LaTeX has a markup
> mode called Beamer that I think is pretty awesome for creating
> really nice-looking PDF presentations. If you don't know what I'm
> talking about, don't worry about it; it's probably not worth
> learning a whole new way of doing things unless you're a closet
> keyboard-only person.
> Good luck with your presentation(s)!
> Conformity is the refuge of the unimaginative.
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