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Jan 08, 2024 Jan 08, 2024

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Hi,

I am an elementary school

librarian new to Adobe. I have two presentation slides that were made using Adobe. I would love to know which apps were used and how they were made using Adobe. I think this will help me understand the apps better. Thank you so so much for the support and help!

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Jan 08, 2024 Jan 08, 2024

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Hi,

Your question is rather vague. And you give only little info.

The screenshots, which you appended, are from your web browser.

What happens, when you double-click the presentation slide files? What's the file name extension?

Do the two slides open in your web browser? Or are they part of a website?

If as part of a website, right-click and download the the file. Then you can further explore the files.

Best regards, Winfried

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Jan 09, 2024 Jan 09, 2024

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Well, for sure those images weren't created in Framemaker - the web page itself may have been a product of FM's Publish to HTML5 process, but it's more likely that the images were created using products like Illustrator or Photoshop. @Winfried Reng 's idea of looking at the HTML of the page to figure out what the image file's extension is is a good starting point. The first one resolves to https://www.horrycountyschools.net/cms/lib/SC02209139/Centricity/Domain/384/Weather%20Advisory%20202... 

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Jan 09, 2024 Jan 09, 2024

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Hi @kristinrast:

 

Definitely not FrameMaker. Adobe has 50+ products, and FrameMaker is used mostly by technical writers to create documentation for technical products (i.e., an aircraft maintenance manual).

 

If these were created using Adobe software, it would be one or more of the Creative Cloud applications, and I'm with Jeff: Illustrator and/or Photoshop are most likely. If you are responsible for creating images like these, I would a.) ask which applications were used and b.) ask for training. Many of the core Adobe applications have been around for 25 to 30 years and they have grown too complex to teach yourself quickly. 

 

~Barb

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Hi @kristinrast,

The source code for your website shows that the section you are asking about contains hp-slideshow content, and if you dig down you'll see javascript that shows/hides jpg files.

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While full Adobe apps (Illustrator, Photoshop) can create the jpg files displayed, they're overkill compared to other things including Adobe Express (express.adobe.com)

Regardless of where the images come from, if I were to produce this slideshow and had Adobe Captivate on my machine, I would use Captivate. But I wouldn't look to learn an eLearning tool like Captivate solely to produce this product; there are simply too many budget apps that could stitch these images together for cheap or for free.

My guess for the presentation on your site is that someone used vendor-supplied software on their HP laptop to produce the nice-looking presentation that was embedded in the website.

Perhaps tracking down the author of the slide show, or digging around an HP laptop would be your easiest course of action.

-Matt

 

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