What is presentation graphics software?

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Presentation graphics software is a type of software package designed to present graphic information in the form of a slide show. This software also integrates drawings, text, charts, music, animation and sound effects into the presentation.

Ideal for businesses and training purposes, presentation software has three main functions: It is an editor that allows text to be inserted and formatted into the show, it provides a way to insert and manipulate graphic images, and it presents information in the form of a side show. Microsoft Excel, Harvard Graphics, Apply Keynote and Corel Presentations are all types of presentation graphics software.

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Definition of Presentation Graphics Software
According to Webopedia.com, presentation graphics software is software designed to allow people to make slide shows and reports. This is done through a series of graphs, charts, text and other data accumulated together into a program and arranged in a... More »
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