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Keynote is a presentation software application. Features include group scaling, 3D charts, multi-column text boxes, auto bullets in any text field, image adjustments, free-form masking tools, and three-dimensional transitions.
Presentations is an aptly named presentation program generally used for its strength in graphics manipulation. It also includes a number of advanced transition and animation effects and can save to Microsoft PowerPoint and PDF formats and publish presentations to the Internet.
Google Docs is a free, web-based office suite offered by Google within its Google Drive service. Users can create documents, spreadsheets, and presentations and then import the files through the web interface, or via email. Documents can be saved to a user's local computer in a variety of formats (ODF, HTML, PDF, RTF, Text, Office Open XML).
Impress is an open-access tool for creating effective multimedia presentations. Features include 2D and 3D clip art, special effects, animation, high-impact drawing tools, downloadable templates, and importing to and from PowerPoint.
SlideWiki is an open web-based OpenCourseWare authoring system. It supports learning content authoring and management and tools for collaboration/crowd-sourcing, translation, communication, evaluation and assessment. Users can apply CSS styling to content, import PowerPoint and HTML files, and use WYSIWYG slide authoring.
Excel is an electronic spreadsheet program that can be used for storing, organizing, and manipulating data. It features calculation, graphing tools, and pivot tables.
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