Another candidate: AxPoint
Posted Sep 14, 2004 20:20 UTC (Tue) by bkw1a
Parent article: The Grumpy Editor's guide to presentation programs
Another presentation program worthy of note is AxPoint:
I've used it to make a a couple of presentations.
With AxPoint, you write an xml file, then run it through the axpoint
program, which produces a nice pdf file. You can do simple things like
place titles, bullets and images on the page, and do a few standard
slide transitions. You don't have much control over the position
of things on the page, but it's a really quick and easy way to make
a pretty slick-looking pdf presentation.
The downside is the enormously long list of dependencies AxPoint
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