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Calligra Stage

Calligra Stage

Calligra Stage (formerly KPresenter) is a presentation application. With Calligra Stage, you can prepare a set of slides for use in an on-screen slideshow or for printing. Your slides can include text and graphics in a variety of formats, and of course, you can embed all sorts of objects.

Calligra Stage is one of the components of the Calligra Suite.

Calligra Stage attempts to import Microsoft Powerpoint files but it does not always work perfectly. It depends on the Powerpoint file version and what is in the file.

 Calligra Stage 2.7.3

Price
Free to download

Size
Part of Calligra Stage

License
GNU LGPL

Developer
KDE e.V.

Website
www.calligra.org/stage

System Requirements

Support:
Mailing List

Selected Reviews:
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Features include:

  • Support for the standard OASIS OpenDocument file format
  • Inserting and editing rich text (with bullet points, indentation, spacing, colors, fonts, etc.)
  • Embedding images and clip-art (.wmf files)
  • Inserting auto-forms
  • Setting many object properties (background, many types of gradients, pen, shadow, rotation, object specific settings, etc.)
  • Working with objects (resizing, moving, lowering, raising, etc.)
  • Grouping/ungrouping objects
  • Headers/footers
  • Advanced undo/redo
  • Setting background (color, gradients, pictures, clip-arts, etc.)
  • Assigning effects for animating objects and defining effects for changing slides
  • Playing screen presentations with effects
  • Print as PostScript
  • Creating HTML slideshows with a few mouse clicks
  • Templates (pre- and user-defined)
  • Using XML as the document format
  • Presentations Structure Viewer

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