Re: [orca-list] Reading powerpoint presentations

Thank you for the suggestion of ppthtml, someone else has suggested it
on another mailing list. The fact that it is in the debian repos doesn't
help me now as I have found slacky (a gnome distro for slackware), so
gone back to slackware which was where I started using Linux (and I have
to say is my favourite distro, except for the fact it doesn't come with
gnome by default). I will have to find ppthtml online myself, sure
google will be a friend here.

On another list someone has suggested that Orca should be able to use
open office impress, how well does Orca work with that?

Michael Whapples
On Fri, 2007-09-21 at 12:07 +0200, Halim Sahin wrote:

You can convert these files to html using ppthtml.
This application is available in the debian repos.

On Fr, Sep 21, 2007 at 09:35:53 +0100, Michael Whapples wrote:
   I don't expect to get a positive response, but its worth asking the
   question. Is it possible to read powerpoint presentations in Linux? I am
   happy enough to use command line applications or gnome apps. I have asked
   the person who wants to give me information in a powerpoint presentation
   that it is better to give it to me in another format, but I did say I
   would make some enquiries.

   Michael Whapples

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