Posts Tagged ‘Presentation Control Panel’

Presentation Control Panel v1.1.2 Released

Sunday, September 29th, 2013

I have just released version 1.1.2 of Presentation Control Panel. This version sees the plugin include an Office 2013 visual style that is automatically switched in when used in PowerPoint 2013. It also includes a minor adjustment to the licensing system to reduce the startup time when the internet is not available.

For more information, head over to Soft-Answer for more information, downloads and purchasing information.

Presentation Control Panel v1.1.1 Released

Wednesday, February 27th, 2013

Well, after a somewhat delayed development cycle, I have finally released Presentation Control Panel. This is an add-in for PowerPoint 2007 and 2010 that makes handling presentations that target multiple audiences a breeze. Instead of having to go through toggling slide visibility (tedious and prone to errors), you simply tag the slides whilst building the presentation and then it’s a simple click of a button… Presentation Control Panel whips through them all and sets the required visibility.

Head on over to my commercial software site Soft-Answer for more information and to purchase a copy (£15 gets a single user license that you can use on up to 2 PCs, if you want more, licenses are also available in blocks of 5, 10, 25 and 50 users). You can evaluate the add-in before you buy (some features are restricted, full details in the user manual), and if you need support once you’ve purchased or you have a pre-sales question, head over to my support site.

NOTE - The support site is NOT for getting support on the WordPress plugins I maintain at the moment. If you need support for those, they each have a page on this site where you can post comments/requests for help.

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