IntroCreator allows people to create multimedia slideshows similar to that of PowerPoint. Although the program is not the most intuitive we've seen, a thorough Help file ensures that users have all the tools they need to create attractive presentations.
The program's interface is clean and well-organized, with thumbnails of each slide arranged in a grid. Large graphical buttons across the top give people access to the program's major features. Double-clicking each slide opens menus that allow users to customize the slide's appearance and content. Users who have never used a similar program before will likely need some instruction, but that's where the program's well-done Help file and tutorial come in. (Although we do have to mention that the sexy teacher graphic with the skimpy clothes and giant breasts at the beginning of the tutorial is both unprofessional and offensive.) Both the tutorial and Help file contain step-by-step instructions that walk users through each of the program's features. As for features, the program contains the basics, including support for animated text and GIFs. As with similar programs, IntroCreator makes dynamic slides in which elements appear independently of one another. However, users should note that the slideshows are fully automated; unlike with other programs, IntroCreator presentations do not appear to allow users to click through them at their leisure. This may be a significant drawback for presentations that will involve audience participation.
IntroCreator has a 30-day trial period. It installs and uninstalls without issues. We recommend this program to all users.