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Re: Using Mathematica notebooks in presentations?

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  • Subject: [mg97647] Re: Using Mathematica notebooks in presentations?
  • From: Yves Klett <yves.klett at googlemail.com>
  • Date: Wed, 18 Mar 2009 04:50:48 -0500 (EST)
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Murray,

I do agree, and I do not want to get started on awful and/or
sleep-inducing Powerpoint presentations - believe me, I've had far too
many of those already (and I'm not that old...).

Nevertheless, used wisely it can make handy tool for delivering
presentations, and perhaps lowering the threshold for the average user
to access live Mathematica content from Powerpoint could make
Mathematica more popular (which I would consider a good thing).

Regards,
Yves


Murray Eisenberg schrieb:
> I'm curious as to what is considered "too basic" in the Mathematica
> slide show tools.
>
> If what is meant is the absence of fades, dissolves, fancy borders and
> backgrounds, etc. -- GOOD, I'm glad they're not available.  In almost
> every case I've ever seen, such features are just distracting junk.
>
>
> magma wrote:
>
>  > The current slideshow tools  in Mathematica are still too basic to
> compete
>  > with the commercial presentation packages


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