For MS PowerPoint and Nokia Smartphone users, they should smile, as it is a cinch for them to watch a live slideshow on a Smartphone as if on bigger-screen computers next year. Not far from now in August 2009, Microsoft and Nokia announced their alliance to create and develop a slimmed-down Microsoft Office suite for Nokia mobile phones. The new software will be Office Mobile, not web apps, being ported to the Symbian operating system on Nokia phones.
Smartphone to Be with Office Mobile
The marriage between Office and Smartphone seems sweet. Millions of people tend to take both MS PowerPoint and Smartphone. A few hundreds of days later, they will have their awesome presentations right on Smartphone! To future P-S group, good news. Nevertheless, there is the other side of a coin:
The great alliance is nothing but far away from their business. Actually, there are several workarounds for the three problems above.
Because they share the same secret, a pretty conversion tool called Moyea PPT to Video Converter, good at transforming those clumsy PowerPoint files to nimble videos that supportable by a great variety of mobile devices. Explore more details with the following links:
For publishing PowerPoint on a portable, converting PowerPoint to video is not the only way but the most popular. (The other two intermediates as I know are saving a PowerPoint presentation to a set of slide pictures and exporting PowerPoint files to PDF). With the dynamic and compressed nature, video slideshow let cellphone users definitely enjoy more subtleties of animated PowerPoint than the still picture and PDF alternatives. And for quality video slideshow, quality PPT2Video converter is a must. If you ask which PPT to Video conversion program deserves a try, my suggestion is Camtasia Studio for those who would love spend a big sum ($299 per license), Moyea PPT to Video Converter for those with a tight budget and a thrifty attitude toward modern life ($49.95 per license).
Some may complaint that it is merely a converted video, not real PowerPoint on mobile. However, the video preserves everything from PowerPoint including dynamic pieces like music, flash, movie clips, animation and transitions. It conveys what the original PowerPoint presentation is expected to convey, but in a more swift and compatible form than PowerPoint. After all, it is the #1 consideration for PowerPoint users in the context of current multimedia technology.
- Distribute PowerPoint Presentations using Handhelds – Pocket PC, Palm and Mobile Phones
- Playing PowerPoint on iPhone
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