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Old 01-30-2008, 09:40 PM   #1
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LXer: Sun Presentation Minimizer serves purpose, but needs work

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Sun Presentation Minimizer (SPM) represents free software's answer to PPTminimizer. Designed for 2.3 or StarOffice 8 Impress and released under the Lesser GNU General Public License, SPM is an extension that creates a wizard that guides you through reducing the size of your presentation, making it easier to transport and, on some systems, quicker to run. Those who present large slide shows -- especially graphics-heavy ones -- will find it a well-designed and effective addition, although several features require more work.



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