Software adds features to PowerPoint

 Promethean announces today the release of Promethean ActivOffice, a new software solution that adds a range of interactive features to Microsoft Office PowerPoint®.
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Promethean announces today the release of Promethean ActivOffice, a new software solution that adds a range of interactive features to Microsoft Office PowerPoint®.

The program embeds a unique toolbar within the Microsoft PowerPoint ribbon, giving users access to new functions, including additional presentation tools as well as the ability to annotate directly on presentations or conduct simple polls or assessments using Promethean Learner Response Systems (ActivExpression, ActiVote and ActivEngage).

Promethean ActivOffice can be used with or without an ActivBoard. When used with Promethean’s ActivBoard 500 presenters and participants have the option of pen and/or touch capability.

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