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SlideBoom now supports PowerPoint 2010
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Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 gives you even more opportunities to create dynamic interactive presentations. Now whatever you create in PowerPoint 2010 can be easily processed by SlideBoom as it now supports all of its new features.

Vivid 3-D slide transitions and more realistic animation effects make your presentation much more professional and compelling. The new program is a more powerful tool that can help you to get your ideas across more expressively.

In addition to better opportunities to enhance your presentation content with more effects, you can also insert video and audio files. Of course it was possible in previous versions too, but PowerPoint 2010 installs your multimedia directly into your presentation, which makes uploading it to SlideBoom significantly easier.

Stay tuned to top-notch presentation technologies. Create slideshows with PowerPoint 2010 and deliver them effectively at SlideBoom.

3 Responses to “SlideBoom now supports PowerPoint 2010”

  • Bryony Carter Says:
    January 31st, 2011 at 10:52 pm

    To whom it may concern,

    I am a student studying at Curtin University and I am using the 2010 version of power point. I have recently attempted to upload a powerpoint presentation with audio commentary to slideboom, however, have experienced great difficulty.

    At first attempt, I uploaded my presentation and went to view it in slideboom, although the audio cut off after about 10 seconds into my first slide and repeated this for each slide I viewed. Secondly, I downloaded ispring, ensuring to register my details. I then attempted to publish my presentation through ispring and went to view it again in slideboom. This time, the audio played in slow motion and seemed to still cut off at the beginning of each slide.

    I am unsure what to try next and am wondering if you can please give me some advice? The URL for the presentation that I have published through ispring is

    Your assistance is greatly appreciated.

    Kind Regards,

    Bryony Carter

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  • seobaby Says:
    June 19th, 2014 at 8:24 am

    I have have experienced great difficulty 2010 version of power point in window

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