If you are looking for JUST Slide, you have come to the right place. We explain what JUST Slide is and point you to the official download.
What is JUST Slide?
HANCOM’s JUST Slide is an alternative to Microsoft’s PowerPoint. Though it comes from a Korean developer, the program is also available in a Japanese version and is compatible with Windows operating systems XP (Service Pack 3 and up) onwards. Windows 8 is supported as well. While the program can run on 64-bit builds as well, users are compelled to run it using 32-bit compatibility technology, however. It also requires a processor rate of at least 1Ghz for maximum performance, along with approximately 1GB of space on the user’s hard drive.
The program is capable of reading as well as writing presentation files like Microsoft’s PPT and PPTX formats. ODP or OpenDocument files can be opened and created using it as well. Furthermore, unlike many other slideshow creators, it is capable of saving files in a wide variety of formats, such as PDFs and JPEGs. Images can be saved as TIFFs, PNGs or even GIFs. Users can also save their work in a web-ready form via HTML.
The software also supports documents created by the Agree software. While it boasts a broad range of transition effects for slideshow creation, these can be limited by the system’s capabilities, as some effects may require other applications such as DirectX9.
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File types supported by JUST Slide
About file types supported by JUST Slide
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Last updated: : June 1, 2014