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hi guys ... i have got a basic but a question that concerns most of my fellows out here .. the problem is , i see so many pdf and powerpoint presentations with awesome design ... like including their logos and stylish effects etc .. i dont expect to teach this big fuss .. but can any one here provide me a link for building the good pdf and powerpoints ...

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rakz

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hi guys ... i have got a basic but a question that concerns most of my fellows out here .. the problem is , i see so many pdf and powerpoint presentations with awesome design ... like including their logos and stylish effects etc .. i dont expect to teach this big fuss .. but can any one here provide me a link for building the good pdf and powerpoints ...

regards

rakz

photoshop + acrobat(or open office with PDF plugin)

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Yeah, I think the key here is to create great looking files first and then to "print" them to PDF (with PDFCreator or a plugin). Creating great looking files could be as easy as some simple formatting (or template use) in a word processor.

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OpenOffice + GIMP

Yup. That works too. :)

I just prefer photoshop over gimp. Any decent image editor would do though.

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Yup. That works too. :)

I just prefer photoshop over gimp. Any decent image editor would do though.

I think anyone (Who has used PS) prefers it.

But I do like the quick loading!

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