In2POWER
In2POWER 1.0.2
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Convert InDesign docs into PowerPoint docs.   Demo ($99.00)
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Convert InDesign docs into editable PowerPoint presentations...

Each InDesign document will be converted into a fully editable PowerPoint presentation, and each page in the document converted into its own slide in the presentation. You will be able to define font substitutions for precise font control.

Also, you can base your presentation on a PowerPoint template and even use the template's background, line colors, type color and font instead of the ones specified in the InDesign document.
What's New
Fixed in 1.0.2: In some cases, the program fails to convert documents if no preference file exists.
Requirements
PPC, Mac OS X 10.2.8 or later, PowerPoint 2004, InDesign CS








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Downloads:6,131
Version Downloads:5,413
Type:Business : Presentation Tools
License:Demo
Date:22 Jan 2005
Platform:PPC 32 / OS X
Price: $99.00
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Convert InDesign docs into editable PowerPoint presentations...

Each InDesign document will be converted into a fully editable PowerPoint presentation, and each page in the document converted into its own slide in the presentation. You will be able to define font substitutions for precise font control.

Also, you can base your presentation on a PowerPoint template and even use the template's background, line colors, type color and font instead of the ones specified in the InDesign document.


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