If you are looking for Agree, you have come to the right place. We explain what Agree is and point you to the official download.
What is Agree?
Haansoft’s Agree is a program that allows people to create and view professional presentations. The software is available in Japanese and functions as an alternative to Microsoft’s PowerPoint software. It is compatible with files made using that program, however, as it is with the ones made by OpenDocument (ODP).
The software allows users to add notes to slides that only the presenter can see during the actual presentation. The program also boasts a significant number of transition effects (many of which are further customizable through alteration of their settings), including 3D animations. Various emphatic effects are bundled into the software. For instance, it is possible to set a particular line of text to change color automatically when the presenter’s cursor hovers above it, then to change back to its original color.
The program incorporates hundreds of templates, designs, and illustrations as part of its default media library and users can select from those when building their presentation. There are also unique fonts and typefaces included in the package, including some for Romaji (English alphabet). Flash animation is also supported for those who desire more dynamic presentations.
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File types supported by Agree
Our users primarily use Agree to open these file types:
About file types supported by Agree
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Last updated: : June 1, 2014