PowerAgenda

PowerAgenda 1.0.89

With the aid of this PowerPoint add-in, business users will be able to insert and update agendas in their slides.

With the aid of this PowerPoint add-in, business users will be able to insert and update agendas in their slides.

PowerAgenda is a powerful add-in for PowerPoint whose main purpose is to create agendas which will be embedded inside presentations in a few simple clicks. The target audience are business users who through this add-in, will have the possibility to maintain and organize the slideshows according to a pre-established lineup.

Basically, an agenda is made of the titles afferent to each and one of your slides. These should be specified in PowerAgenda’s main window, one on each row and will be automatically detected by the add-in inside the slideshow. Then, a page number is assigned for each slide; the upper advantage is that if you add or delete pages, the agenda is automatically updated. None other functions yet. Later Versions will support agenda templates and powerpoint figures, boxes, processlists and Project plans.

PowerAgenda is a good asset for business users who rely on PowerPoint to make rich presentations. It provides a more organized way to expose ideas more clearly and integrates perfectly within Microsoft’s presenter.

Simple installation and setup

PowerAgenda takes only a few seconds to install and follows the trend of most PowerPoint plugins in what the implementation process is concerned. It creates a separate tab inside Microsoft’s platform, where agendas can be managed separately.

PowerAgenda is a good asset for business and educations users who rely on PowerPoint to make rich presentations. It provides a more organized way to expose ideas more clearly and integrates perfectly within MS PowerPoint.

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PowerAgenda 1.0.89

— User reviews — about PowerAgenda

  • "Great little Add-On that simplifies agendas. Saved me a bunch of time"

    Great little Add-On that simplifies agendas. Saved me a bunch of time. More.

    reviewed on March 7, 2014