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March 15, 2007

Google's Presentation Tool Does Exist

I was mentioning last month about a presentation tool that might have been developed by Google. Apparently, the application has already been created and now is being tested.

I've just found a blog (screenshot, just in case), used by one of Google's trusted testers*, that describes one of the tests.
1. Log in to writely-testing
2. Open a new presentation
3. Insert text above the slide title
4. Observe the text above the slide title is displayed below in view presentation

The post is very recent (March 13) and gives another clue that Presently will be a part of Writely (now known as Google Docs).

* Here are some snippets from his/her posts. Most of the posts have been removed.


  1. I hope they credit WimpyPoint from about ten years ago.

  2. Here's another one!

    Summary:I12: Title of the slide displayed incompletely in slide show when the title font size is set to 36 pt.


    Steps to reproduce:

    1.Log into
    2.Open new presentation and and Check the checkbox Auto fit slides to window in Google presentation settings window.
    3.Observe presentation is opened.
    4.Now select ’slide title’ text and increase font size to 36 pt and select header1 from the style drop down list and enter some text like ‘circuit breaker’.
    5.observe in View presentaion title is displayed incompletely.

    Note: Text entered below the title of slide with same font size 36pt and as header1 is displyed correctly in view presentation


  3. And another