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Will Findlay

Here's my take.

When to use Articulate Presenter:

  • 1) If someone wants you to turn a PowerPoint file into a simple narrated presentation. Maybe with a quiz at the end.
  • 2) If condition 1 applies and you know that the client is going to want to keep things in PowerPoint. E.g. they are going to come to you next year and say, "I changed slides 10-15 and I added a couple new slides" can we update this?
  • 3) If you look through the PowerPoint and there are a ton of animations that you would have to redo in Storyline.

Articulate Presenter's strength is that it is tied so closely to PowerPoint. That is also its weakness.