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How Steve Jobs beats presentation panic

The way Steve Jobs handled Wi-Fi problems during this week's WWDC keynote offers a model for how presenters should deal with stage crises.

Adobe brings Captivate to the Mac

Adobe announced on Tuesday that it would be bringing its tutorial authoring program, Captivate 5, to the Mac, along with eLearning Suite 2, available mid-June.

Keynote 1.0 for iPad

Keynote for iPad is a good value as a standalone tool. But as a complement to the desktop version, Keynote for iPad is disappointing.

Restock your Keynote themes

Tired of Keynote's built-in themes? Adam Berenstain tells you how to find alternative ones.

Printing Keynote handouts

You say that your Keynote handouts don't have the same, even look of your PowerPoint handouts of old? Here's the solution.

Macworld 2010: PhotoPresenter 4 and PDF2Office for iWork

In this video from the show floor, Jackie Dove looks at two programs: PhotoPresenter 4, a tool that lets you create animated slideshows; and the debut of PDF2Office for iWork, which lets you covert PDFs to Pages- and Keynote-formatted documents.

Macworld 2010: Ten One Design Inklet and Canson Papershow

Roman Loyola takes a look at Macworld Expo 2010 Best of Show products, Ten One Design’s Inklet and Canson’s Papershow.

Boinx releases PhotoPresenter 4

Boinx Software has released PhotoPresenter 4, an upgrade to its presentation tool for digital photographers. PhotoPresenter 4 is a theme-based photo viewer for creating animated slideshows with photos, movies, and music.

Papershow for Mac makes interactive presentations possible

Papershow, a tool for interactive presentations, will soon be available for the Mac. The kit includes a Bluetooth-equipped pen, a USB key for your computer, and special paper that transmits your handwriting to a screen.

Documents To Go goes Premium, adds PowerPoint features

DataViz's Documents To Go with Exchange Attachments has received updated functionality and a new name: Documents To Go Premium.