We have discovered that PowerPoint is a very powerful greetings-creation tool so we want to share this ability with our users by increasing activity on the presentation greeting cards section, through which you can share PowerPoint presentation greetings with your contacts.
In line with this idea, we have recently also implemented the address book feature in the greetings section, which enables users to import contacts and send greeting cards to them without a restriction on the number of recipients. This was restricted to only 25 recipients initially. Along with this, we have created a special Halloween PPT greetings section and will be adding other events too shortly. We thank all the members who sent feedback on the new look and feel and we encourage you to send your views to us on feedback [at] authorSTREAM [dot] com.
As we all know, Halloween is the spookiest time of the year, and is celebrated on October 31. This is the Christian holy day of All Saints. The day is associated with the colors orange and black and is strongly associated with symbols like jack-o-lanterns, spiders, vampires, ghouls, zombies, haunted houses, witches on brooms etc.
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PowerPoint and providing a platform to send these presentations as greetings. All available Halloween presentation greetings on authorSTREAM have been created using PowerPoint. You can create your own presentation in PowerPoint with animated images, sound files etc.; add rehearsed timings, and upload your presentation to authorSTREAM to send as a greeting card.
Check out this Halloween presentation greeting card:
Write to us or drop in your comments with your views. Also stay tuned for our Thanksgiving wishes, which will be added very soon.