Additions to the iSpring Knowledge Base

iSpring’s Knowledge Base continues to grow by leaps and bounds. This time, we’ve got some eye-opening news for Mac users, and a comprehensive article running through your options for sharing PowerPoint over the internet. Let’s have a look:

How to share a PowerPoint presentation online

Here, the iSpring experts reveal their top 5 picks for deploying media-rich PowerPoint projects over the interwebs. From dedicated presentation hosting, video conversion, embedding on a website or LMS, all the way to sharing the raw source file: all your options are presented here so that you can pick the most convenient and effective way.

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Does iSpring work on Mac?

This is it: the answer to the burning question on Mac users’ minds: can we take advantage of the full power of iSpring’s authoring tools on our Macs? The short answer is “yes, but not natively” — this article describes the reasons, and lays out the game plan for getting iSpring up and running in your e-Learning toolkit via the Mac platform.

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How to install Windows on your Mac

As described in the previous article, PowerPoint for Mac does not support add-ins of any kind, including iSpring. But the good news is that it’s quite simple to install the fully-enabled PowerPoint right on your Mac via a Windows installation, either as a separate boot option or as a virtual machine running within your Mac OS. Find out how!

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