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by jeeny_23 / February 29, 2008 5:36 PM PST

Hi,
I am a newbie in business. My question is about presentation software. I don?t know anything related to this. I heard that presentation software increases the affectivity of web conferencing. Is it true? Please help me in finding the best presentation software. I really need ideal cost efficient presentation software for running my business successfully.
All your suggestions are appreciated.

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by Steven Haninger / February 29, 2008 8:34 PM PST
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While you can get a stand alone presentation program, you will probably do better with an office "suite" package that can create and manipulate the components that will become parts of the presentation. Of course the most commonly used is probably MS Office with Power Point, Word, Excel, and more. It won't be cheap. You can, however, download a Open Office as a free suite and cut your teeth on that to get used to creating business presentations. Plug Open Office into google to get you there.

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Ahh presentations.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / February 29, 2008 11:37 PM PST
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Those that live by Power Point, die by Power Point.

-> Take time to go to Toastmasters or such for a year...

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