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Bilal

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salam all,,

Is there any other useful way to produce an interactive show than the powepoint

regards :rolleyes:

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I would consider integrating your maps into a Prezi presentation. This is a really good way to dynamically visualize your subject, by zooming into and out of areas of interest.

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And I wouldn't call Powerpoint interactive, by the way...
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What do you mean by interactive. Something that users can point and click to reveal information? A video of a screen show using Camtasia? Something else?
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You can use ArcGIS Explorer online to create a slideshow.

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As someone else said, sign up for a free account on www.arcgisonline.com and you can create a decent looking interactive presentation.

Also, you can use a free shapefile to KML converter and create a nice presentation in Google Earth.




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