Presentation Assistant for PC
Draw and Make Annotations on Presentations
Remember when you were in school, and the teacher would throw a transparency onto a projector, and while explaining it, would take a marker and draw all over it? In the end, the diagram might look completely messed up, but on the way to that destination, you actually LEARNED stuff, because the teacher was interacting with the overhead projection in a way that made the concepts much easier to retain. So, now that we're in the 21st Century and everyone uses computers, how do we get that magic back? With Presentation Assistant!
Presentation Assistant helps you explain computer-based content in much better detail, by letting you draw, add text, pictures, or emphasis and clarification to anything that's on your computer screen! With Presentation Assistant, your audience will give you more of their attention and you'll experience much faster rates of retention. Everything you need is there in Presentation Assistant - lines, rectangles, circles, text, picture, even the ability to zoom in and annotate! You can even experiment with different pen widths, colors, and transparency effects.
It doesn't matter what line of work you're in - whether you're a teacher, a corporate trainer, or a project manager, you will eventually find yourself giving a presentation to a group of people. Imagine how much more productive those presentations will be when you use Presentation Assistant to focus your audience's attention on specific details. Draw a circle around new buttons in your interface! Make an arrow pointing to the part of your website that's The Next Big Thing! Zoom into specific parts of tutorial pages!
Additional features make picking up Presentation Assistant a no-brainer! For example, you can throw a clock or countdown timer on the screen, play background music, or take a screen capture of the whole screen, selected window, or any particular region!
Review Written by Derek Lee
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