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Topic: No more PowerPoint
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 161391
From: matatmeandv
Date: 7/25/2007 04:19 AM

I'm sure this has been covered a million times before, but a search through
the forums left me impatient.

I'd love to get my agency to start using pdfs for presentations instead of
PowerPoint for all the usual reasons. What I need is an easy way to show
its advantages along with quick answers to the usual questions.

Is there a good overview or resource? I can trouble my way through
creation and then test, but if there's an article or even a book that I could
use that would save a lot of time.

The questions I worry over are:
Will our clients be able to update the presentation? If so, can they do so
using the same fonts?



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