Presentation Wizard will build self-displaying, interactive slide
shows, electronic books and brochures, clickable advertisements,
distributable portfolios and all sorts of other multimedia Windows
applications. Almost everything it can accomplish requires nothing more
than a few mouse clicks. It has a learning curve so short as to make
the operation of your feet seem technical and obtuse by comparison.
Presentation Wizard’s documents are EXE files — they can be opened
on any system which runs Windows. They don’t require any additional
run-times or another application to view them. They can be distributed
on disks and CD-ROMs, and over the Internet.
A Presentation Wizard presentation can be thought of as being
analogous to a very intuitive book. Each page of the book can include
pictures, animations, video, sounds and Windows controls such as
buttons and list boxes. The pages can turn themselves or wait for their
users to click on Next. Unlike the pages of a traditional book, they
can talk to their readers if you like. We suggest that you give the
readers of your presentations a bit of warning should you have the
pages you create do this unexpectedly — especially if some of them have
Whether you’d like to be able to e-mail an electronic photograph
album to your relatives, distribute advertisements with a shippable
product, allow users of your web page to download a multimedia catalog,
show prospective clients samples of your work or assemble books that
would have sent Johannes Gutenberg screaming from his workshop,
wondering desperately if wasn’t too late to invent the paperclip
instead, Presentation Wizard will transform your ideas into a complete,
professional Windows application.
Presentation Wizard include:
- Build quick electronic slide shows.
- Design electronic books that include pictures, sounds, video and interactive elements.
- Write your own clickable advertisements, to distribute alone or with other products.
- Assemble a distributable portfolio of your artwork.
- Distribute your presentations with no viewers, run-times or DLLs to lose.