Keeping your audience focused on your presentation with a New Presentation Aid For PowerPoint.
With the MagPointer PowerPoint add-on you can enlarge, focus, zoom or highlight specific elements or areas of your slides, on-the-fly and without any preparations in advance. The add-on is most suitable for content-rich presentations that include a relatively large amount of text, tables, graphs, schematics or illustrations, such as lessons, training sessions and corporate meetings.
In many cases, MagPointer will relieve you altogether from the need to prepare slideshow animation in advance, saving you precious time and making your presentations more interactive.
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MagPointer is an add-on for Microsoft PowerPoint that makes presentations easier to follow and more effective.
The add-on is most suitable for content-rich presentations that include a relatively large amount of text, tables, graphs, schematics or illustrations, such as lessons, training sessions and corporate meetings. It is extremely useful for webinars, e-learning classes and online business meetings yet useful also for face-to-face presentations.
Automatically launched once a PowerPoint slideshow begins, MagPointer’s patent-pending algorithms detect objects within PowerPoint slides and allows the presenter to interact with those objects in real time. The presenter can highlight text objects or table components (e.g. a specific cell, row or column), enlarge specific objects while dimming the rest of the slide, create frames or zoom on specific slide areas.
In many cases, MagPointer's ease-of-use, rich functionality and flexibility will free you altogether from the need to prepare slideshow animation in advance, saving you precious time.
The software also automatically creates a navigation path between the objects that enables the presenter to move freely back and forth between slides or slide elements without disrupting the flow of the slideshow.
MagPointer is currently available for Microsoft PowerPoint running on Microsoft Windows OS.
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