Archive for February 2010

PPS files

For some reason, I had it in my mind that a .PPS file could not be edited easily. I thus used it to distribute presentations as a form of content modification control. This is apparently not the case, as you can open the .PPS file in PowerPoint and edit it all you like, and save it out to another .PPT file. And I discovered this after having put my brother through the thoroughly unnecessary task of doing screen caps one by one on a 100 slide .PPS file. Lesson: for content control, distribute PDFs.