PowerPoint for Handhelds

Created: Tuesday, July 13, 2004, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 2:32 am



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On the Palm, Dataviz’s Documents To Go program includes the Slideshow To Go component that allows you to synchronize, edit and rehearse your PowerPoint files and make last minute changes to your presentation.

If you have an older handheld that runs Windows CE, you’ll be thankful to find a copy of Pocket PowerPoint included with the product. For some reason, Microsoft seems to have abandoned the development of Pocket PowerPoint for the PocketPC platform.

On the new PocketPC platform, you’ll have look at third-party software solutions like Pocket Slideshow, Pocket Slides and iPresentation Suite.

Finally, you’ll find hardware solutions like Margi’s Presenter-To-Go for both Palm and PocketPC handhelds.




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