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Wednesday, February 2, 2005

Delivering Presentations From Your PDA Or Handheld Computer

"I was wondering if anyone has any experience using a device, like a PDA, instead of a computer to run a PowerPoint presentation and feed it to a plasma screen or projector.

It would be great to have a smaller device to deploy in the field to display a PowerPoint presentation, and not have to drag a laptop with me all the time.

Thanks!"

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Photo credit: M√°rcia Grilo

There are several ways to use a handheld computer or PDA to view and deliver PowerPoint presentations.

 

 

Of course the first option, viewing a presentation, is easiest to accomplish, because it 'only' requires one-time installation of the software and transfer of the presentation files onto the handheld.

Delivering PowerPoint presentations is a bit more complicated, because it involves hooking up your handheld to a projector, beamer or presentation screen.

Chiara Monetti reports about the right software and hardware tools for both purposes.

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posted by Marjolein Hoekstra on Wednesday, February 2 2005, updated on Tuesday, May 5 2015

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