Image Export converts PowerPoint slides to high-quality images.
PPT2HTML exports HTML even from PowerPoint 2010 and 2013, gives you full control of PowerPoint HTML output, helps meet Section 508 accessibility requirements
Merge Excel data into PowerPoint presentations to create certificates, awards presentations, personalized presentations and more
Resize your presentations quickly and without distortion
Language Selector switches the text in your presentation from one language to another
FixLinks prevents broken links when you distribute PowerPoint presentations
Shape Styles brings styles to PowerPoint. Apply complex formatting with a single click.
Prep4PDF preserves interactivity in PowerPoint presentations when you convert to PDF
Check your slides in B/W view
In any presentation situation, it's a fair bet that 10% or so of the male members of your audience will be color-blind to some degree. This doesn't mean that they can't see colors at all, but they may have trouble distinguishing certain colors, most commonly red vs. green.
It's a good idea to make sure that your text and other important elements contrast with the background in both color AND value -- that is, that you use light/dark contrast as well as color contrast to make them easier to tell apart.
A good way to check for value contrast is to use PowerPoint's B/W View.
Simply choose View, Black & White (or View, Grayscale if you use a Mac) from the main menu. PowerPoint displays your presentation as it will print to a B/W printer.
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