Question: Can you suggest any good software to create a stunning graphic element for my PowerPoint. I would like to try using 3D shapes instead of PowerPoint shapes.
Answer: Look at PowerPoint's 3D engine -- it is surprisingly powerful although not in the class of a 3D program. Another option is to download the public beta of Office 2007 -- the graphic engine is stunning.
Alternatively, do what professional presentation designers do all the time -- use Photoshop as a companion to PowerPoint!
I have a question about a somewhat related item: I'm puzzled why PowerPoint Apple version 2003 converts ppt. slides into graphic files (jpg, gif or png) of much better quality than say…PC versions 2002 and XP are able to do? Is this the result of an internal setting that controls the compression and image size? Do you know of any PC PowerPoint versions that do a good job of conversions?
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