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Presente3D Extrude and Z-depth tutorial

This tutorial is explaining how to use Extrude and Z-depth features of Presente3D product which brings 3D functionality to PowerPoint presentations.
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Presente3D - free plugin for PowerPoint

Presente3D - free plugin for PowerPoint | Digital Presentations in Education | Scoop.it

Presente3D is a revolutionary add-on for Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 that allows a user to easily take any existing PowerPoint Presentation and add Stereoscopic 3D effects.

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Presente3D's comment, August 6, 2012 8:40 AM
Hope you enjoy our plug-in, we always look forward to your feedback. If you have any feedback we are always here.
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Presente3D - Convert your PowerPoint lessons to 3D

Presente3D - Convert your PowerPoint lessons to 3D | Digital Presentations in Education | Scoop.it

Presente3D is an affordable add-on for PowerPoint, accessible right within the Microsoft PowerPoint ribbon bar.

It works seamlessly with all available clip art libraries and doesn't require expensive graphics cards or computing power.

Read the review http://3dnewsandreviews.com/presentation-stunning-3d-presentation-software-now-available-beta-testing-over/

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Presente3D's comment, October 2, 2012 9:34 AM
Thanks for sharing our product,
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Creating Stereo 3D Presentations in PowerPoint Using Presente3D

Creating Stereo 3D Presentations in PowerPoint Using Presente3D | Digital Presentations in Education | Scoop.it

"Presente3D is an interesting add-on for Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 that allows users to easily take any existing PowerPoint Presentation and add some volume into it turning it into a stereoscopic 3D presentation..."

Presente3D home page http://www.presente3d.com/

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