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Office2PDF DocSlides

by Office2PDF

Platform(s): Win
License: Commercial

Application type: Plug-in
Categories:
Editing & Management

Features

We all know it's possible and easy to create PDF slideshows from PowerPoint using the PDFMaker Macro, we'll with Office2PDF ocSlides it's now possible to create 'transitions' or slides from a Microsoft Word Document directly inside Microsoft Word.

By selecting from one of 30 inbuilt Transitions you can easily specify a single page or range of pages for which to add the SlideShow to.

Document authors can use either the Acrobat Distiller/Adobe PDF Printer drivers or the Acrobat PDFMaker Macro, Office2PDF DocSlides is compatible with both tools.

If you intend to make use of your SlideShow settings in other graphics applications (Freehand, Illustrator, InDesign etc) you can simply Export the Transitions to either a Postscript (PS) file or an Encapsulated Postscript File (EPS) and easily insert that into your graphics applications.

Features:

  • Support all 30 PDF 1.5 Transitions
  • Feature to automatically turn on Full Screen Mode in PDF
  • Can be applied to individual pages or ranges of pages
  • Transitions can be exported to any graphics application that support EPS
  • Export to PS for inclusion in your Postscript Printstream/Acrobat Distillation

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