Presentations can be a very effective way to convey concepts. Personal taste aside, visuals (PowerPoint's domain) are preferable to text alone (Word's domain), but it is a clever use of animations that can impress the audience the most. To accomplish this, shapes in a PowerPoint slide can overlap if they appear at different times during the slideshow. Such slides are however unreadable when rendered in a portable format (like PDF) because shape overlapping is preserved.
PPspliT is a PowerPoint add-in that transforms each slide into several slides, each displaying the contents of the original slide as they would appear at every intermediate animation step. As such, its natural application is to generate redistributable versions of a presentation in a flat document format like PDF.
As pictures are worth a thousand words, here are two examples:
|Original slide||After PPspliTting|
Usage of the add-in should be pretty straightforward. However, to clarify its operation usage instructions are also available.
Project development happens on Github. This is where you can find: