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March 03, 2008



I was excited about your comment that it is easy to make a narrated presentation with Keynote. Do you know if there is anything comparable for Powerpoint?


"This demonstrates how easy it is for someone to make a presentation with slides in sync with their narration and upload it to the net. The tool is very simple."

Is Keynote the tool, or is another program required to complete the sync?


>Is Keynote the tool, or is another program required to complete the sync?

You can do it right in Keynote. I demoed it here last summer in a test:



Profcast is a tool designed to record narration for PowerPoint and/or Keynote. Mac OS only, however.


Thanks for information


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>Is Keynote the tool, or is another program required to complete the sync?

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