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Old 12-05-2009, 07:50 AM
ianim8 ianim8 is offline Windows XP Office 2003
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Default PPT and/or Flash for Sales Presentation

Good afternoon folks,

I have had a company contact me asking me to create a demo piece for them that they can give their sales people to present to clients. One of their requirements is that a portion of the presentation is to remain unchanged (fixed) for each client while the rest of the presentation needs to be editable (custom). They have also asked for something that is cutting edge in it's animations and transitions. They did show me some samples that they liked but they were all Flash based.

I considered creating the fixed portions of the presentation in Flash and then import them into the Powerpoint presentation. Then the sales people could edit the custom portions of the presentation in Powerpoint. However, I would be concerned that the look of the fixed and custom portions would not match due to different transitions, rendering differences (anti-aliasing etc.).

Does anybody have any suggestions how I could provide a cutting edge presentation for my clients that they can easily edit as needed?

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Old 12-09-2009, 05:56 AM
djurmann djurmann is offline Windows XP Office 2007
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These guys had a good free demo, using standard PowerPoint tools
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