[Nottingham] Suggestions for viewing Powerpoint slides...
enxrah at nottingham.ac.uk
Fri Apr 29 11:48:54 BST 2005
On Fri, 2005-04-29 at 11:31 +0100, Eaton, Jon (Corp) wrote:
> I've spent a few hours this morning on google looking for a tool to
> deliver a PowerPoint presentation, from a debian laptop. I prefer not to
> use a large application such as StarOffice etc as I really do not have
> much spare disk space available.
> I've thought about converting them to PDF's and doing it that way but
> I've been unable to find any sw to do that in the windows world without
> introducing significant defects in the graphics.
If you want it to look exactly like the Powerpoint version, then you
could take a series of screenshots on windows (unless there is a way to
export a powerpoint presentation as a series of images), and then use
gthumb, or any other image viewer with a slideshow mode.
Of course you wouldn't be able to edit them (other than change the
order) after that.
Robert Hart <enxrah at nottingham.ac.uk>
University of Nottingham
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