PowerPoint presentations are often created once to be used for years. You upload them to the cloud, share with colleagues and potential clients, demonstrate them at conferences — so you’ve got to be sure that the information in them is as up-to-date and accurate as possible. However, it’s not easy, if at all possible, if you work lots of documents in a rapidly evolving corporate environment where numbers change faster than you can track these changes. If this situation sounds familiar to you, you should definitely check out DataPoint!
DataPoint is a valuable addition to your PowerPoint that lets you keep the content of your presentations updated and accurate at all times by linking some of its elements to external data sources, such as text files, spreadsheets or databases. Once such an association is set and configured, you can forget about having to update your PowerPoint documents manually — DataPoint will do everything for you! The types of automatically updatable PowerPoint objects include tables, charts, text, pictures and videos — and all of this can come from a variety of sources, including Microsoft Access, Microsoft SQL Server, Oracle, Informix and other databases. Presentations can be updated with a single mouse click — the only requirement is an active Internet connection.
DataPoint is an efficient and elegant solution that will keep your presentations current, will save you an ample amount of time needed for tedious manual updates and will make sure you don’t get into embarrassing situations with obsolete presentations.
DataPoint 1.1 Display real-time information on a live information board from various data sources. Scope of applications are live news, messages, ads, production and sales information to
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