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iBrowse Web Browser for PowerPoint Features
Embed live web pages into your Microsoft
HTML, PDF, Macromedia Flash and other
web-friendly media formats into your presentations
Use the navigation toolbar or click directly on
Internet web links to instantly show additional content without disrupting or exiting
Keep your presentations in sync with the most
recent data from the web, by simply browsing to the latest data.
web pages from the Internet and take presentations offline (when no Internet connection is
your browser settings to block pop-ups
Embed multiple browsers into a single
Auto-Scroll to the portion of the web page you wish to display
Auto-Refresh web pages at a specified time interval
Add your own custom buttons to control the
Supported on all versions of Microsoft Windows
and PowerPoint (98 -> 2007)
cost starting at $29.99
And many more features...
Try the Web Browser for PowerPoint Now
and run the installation package. This will install a fully functioning
version of the iBrowse Web Browser for PowerPoint on your computer and
automatically start a demo presentation to walk you through all of the
features. You can also try iBrowse in your own presentations for as long as you wish, but will be
periodically prompted for a registration key during presentation mode.
Use the Web Browser for PowerPoint in Your
Presentations Without Interruptions
you are satisfied with the features of the iBrowse Web Browser for PowerPoint,
a license and enter it into the registration dialog to use iBrowse without
being prompted for registration. Each license entitles you to unlimited use
of the iBrowse PowerPoint Web Browser on a single computer, unlimited email support, and the right to download all future
releases of the product.
iBrowse Web Browser for PowerPoint is extremely easy to use and requires no VBA
programming knowledge. Just insert the PowerPoint Web Browser control and specify a starting
web page for instant web access and interactive browsing within your presentation.
Use the links at the top and left sides of
this page to
more about the iBrowse Web Browser for PowerPoint. If you have any questions or comments, please
click here to email
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