Just a quick note for those of you keeping an eye on our site for Keynote and Mac PowerPoint 2004/2008/2011 templates (due to Flip4Mac cost increase) We are rolling out these updated templates daily to be able to provide the best quality to our customers. Keep an eye out for additional templates delivering these many options for download.
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Welcome to the month of April, during which we celebrate over a dozen various holidays and days of observance. The following images, templates, and animations all incorporate various holidays and days of observance for April.
This template is labeled “Green Earth Butterfly” and is truly inspired, bringing together subtle animation and soft hues of green and blue, incorporating images of plants, the planet earth and various aspects of green living, as well as an animated globe being circled by a butterfly. Check out this template by clicking on the image above.
Autism Awareness Month:
The Autism Awareness Puzzle Ribbon is the most recognized symbol of the autism community in the world. Our company has a selection of these images available for download, both including and excluding the angel which this image is wrapped around.
Whether you are looking for commercial, religious, or just amusing, we have multiple Easter appropriate images, templates and even animations available. Simply search “Easter” from our main page to see that various choices.
Stress Awareness Month:
Stress can be a drain on anyone’s life, and April is no less stressful than any other month. In fact, the reason April 16th was declared the National Stress Awareness day was because it is the day after taxes are due, one of the most stressful times of the year.
Income Tax Day
As always, these clips and many more may be found throughout our website, either by using our search feature or browsing our library of existing content.
We’ve been busy converting our PowerPoint templates to available 16X9 widescreen versions. Now most all of our templates are available as a in both standard 4×3 and 16×9 aspect rations.
Here is a video featuring samples of our widescreen PowerPoint templates.
You can view all the widescreen PowerPoint templates here.
Our widescreen templates are available for PowerPoint 2007 or newer. Users of older versions of PowerPoint are still able to use the standard 4×3 versions of the templates.
Here is a short video tutorial illustrating how to download and use our templates for PowerPoint 2003 and older.
Our templates for older version of PowerPoint, like PowerPoint 2003, come in .ZIP archive files so there are a few extra steps to get them animate properly in PowerPoint 2003.
1. Download the template. It will download as a .zip file.
2. Extract the .ZIP file to a folder on your computer. I like to extract it to my Desktop, but you can extract it anywhere you want. Just remember where you saved it. To extract the .zip, I like to right click on top of the zip file and choose “Extract All” from the menu that appears.
3. Go to PowerPoint and then using the Open command in PowerPoint, browse to the folder you just extracted, and open the .ppt file.
4. Press F5 or View the SlideShow to see the animations move.
IMPORTANT: In the extracted folder, there is a .ppt file (the template) and one or move .wmv video files. These .wmv video files must remain in the same folder as your completed presentation. PowerPoint 2003 is linking to these files and if your presentation is not in the same folder as these video files, PowerPoint will not be able to find the files and the animations will not play.
More and more people are using mobile devices like Apple’s iPad to display their presentations.
At PresenterMedia, we are looking at ways to make our animations and templates more compatible with these mobile devices. For example, we are starting to look at ways to convert our PowerPoint templates over to animated templates which will work with the Keynote app on the iPad.
Our question to you: Do you currently use an iPad or other mobile device to assist you with your presentations? We’d love to hear how you are using mobile technology to assist with your presentations. If you are not currently using something like an iPad, we’d like to know why not. Your feedback will help us tailor new services to meet your mobile device needs.
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