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  • Which software for creating editable, flexible presentation do you recommend?

    Hello, I need some advice in creating presentation for my client who needs a flexible tool to make modifications of the content at hand. Any ideas?

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      Best options could depend on the (client's) computing platform, existing software licensing, and personal preferences, but of course Powerpoint does and should come immediately to mind.
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        Powerpoint comes to mind first because many clients will have that available.
        There are Adobe solutions as well.
        You should ask your client what they have before beginning anything.

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        • #5
          What software does your client already use? Try to use that.

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