|PPPCD:- http://www.bhwhost.com/tcb_software/pppcd.html Free (4.7 MB). Windows 98/Me/XP/NT/2000.
PPPCD is a PowerPoint Presentation CD Autorun System. It allows to distribute a PowerPoint 97/2000 compatible presentation on an autorun CD. The program is very easy to use. One has to jus put the presentation in a specified folder burn everything on a CD using any CD burning software. When the CD is inserted, it will automatically launch a welcome screen and start the presentation. Even if user does not have PowerPoint installed, it will offer to install the PowerPoint viewer, which is included in the programme. PPPCD has been tested with PowerPoint 97/2000 presentations and presentations
created in Sun's StarOffice that were exported to the PowerPoint format. It is fully compatible with any presentation with a PPT, or PPS extension that will run in PowerPoint 97/2000.
FlashField Screen Saver Deployment Kit and Engine:- http://www.bhwhost.com/tcb_software/flashfield/ffdk.html Free. Windows 98/Me/XP/NT/2000.
The FlashField Screen Saver Deployment Kit is a utility that makes it easy to setup Macromedia Flash movies (*.swf) for use as interactive, or non-interactive multimedia Windows screen savers. This program has two parts - The FlashField Screen Saver Engine and the FlashField Screen Saver Deployment Kit. The screen saver engine must be installed in order to run the deployment kit and is required for testing packages created with the deployment kit. Features of this programme are:
Compatible with any Macromedia Flash (*.swf) movie, inluding those made with 3rd party tools such as KoolMoves.
Flash movie screen savers can be setup to play in full screen mode, or at their original size.
Supports every Windows screen saver feature, including password protection.
Support for interactive screen savers.
Author's name, web site URL and copyright displayed in the screen saver's about box which is accessed from the FlashField Screen Saver Engine settings dialog.
Automatically hides the Flash Player menu.
Mouse pointer can be hidden even on movies made with 3rd party tools that do not support hiding the mouse pointer.
Site of the Week:- http://www.knowledgepoint.com.au/index.htm
Knowledgepoint is a website which provides articles in the areas of knowledge management, business intelligence, information management and intellectual capital. The site offers search feature through which article can be searched. It has a Knowledge Management Leadership Forum with free membership presently. It offers a free short course in Knowledge Management, a glossary, tools, case studies and reading list in knowledge management.
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