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What would you say if I told you that the next time you create a PowerPoint presentation, you have to enter only the content of your subject matter -- text or bullets -- and the VisualBee PowerPoint Add-in will do the rest? It's true!
You know what PowerPoint add-ins are, right? They're bits of compiled code that allow you to add more functionality to PowerPoint. You can use add-ins to create or run a PowerPoint presentation. You can obtain add-ins for PowerPoint on the Web.
The VisualBee add-in is a great tool if you don't have the time, desire, or skill set to design an attractive presentation on your own. After you add your content, VisualBee goes to work to automatically match appropriate images and incorporate graphics and design. You always have the option to finalize it to meet your personal preferences.
In a nutshell, here's how it works:
Give it a try. If you need help, we've got information for you about how to add or load a PowerPoint add-in.
-- Joy Miller
Well, it was very easy to download and install. This works well, but you have the VisualBee logo on every slide.
You are right about the VisualBee logo appearing at the bottom of the slides. I wasn't able to see a way to remove it in the Free version. It could be distracting for an audience. And then again, people may not even notice it Thanks for pointing that out.
Dear David and Joy,
There are 2 ways to remove the VisualBee logo:
1. Upgrade to VisualBee Premium. This costs just a few dollars and gives you a bunch of new features, such as the ability to automatically insert your own Logo on every slide.
2. Load the presentation in PowerPoint, Go to the Slide-Master View and remove the VisualBee image.