Impressive presentations with KeyJnote

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Article from Issue 69/2006
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KeyJnote is a PDF viewer with a difference, adding stylish 3D effects and powerful scripting to support impressive presentations

The Linux environment offers several alternatives for creating presentations: MagicPoint, Open-Office.org, Kpresenter, and LaTeX packages give users a rich choice of tools for creating attractive slides. However, these presentation tools often do not offer the full range of special effects that public speakers like to use to keep the discussion lively.

KeyJnote is a universal presentation tool for PDF files and images that provides some of the polish missing from the other tools in the Linux environment. KeyJnote gives users attractive transitions, helpful functions to focus audience attention, and an overview feature that makes it easier to navigate lengthy presentations.

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