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Amigo 2000

Anybody who has ever had the pleasure of making a presentation in front of their boss knows the importance of making a good impression.

This is one of the reasons why presentation software like PowerPoint is so popular.

Dress up your report with slick graphics, a couple of dandy animations, a flow chart or two and a generous helping of pertinent statistical data, and the odds are much greater that your boss will be suitably impressed, even in the unlikely event that you have absolutely no idea what the hell you're talking about.

Amigo 2000 from ThreeDGraphics is an incredibly useful program, capable of creating absolutely stunning 3D graphs and charts, including pie charts, bar charts and a wide selection of other options. Your creations are easily exported for use in Microsoft Office (and compatible programs), making this software a must-have for anybody with a serious interest in creating pro quality reports and presentations. You'll also be able to use your creations on your web site - adding a real splash of color that can really liven up your pages.

Be forewarned.

There's a bit of a learning curve here. Unless you're a graphic artist or an experienced chart creator, you'll need to take some time to familiarize yourself with the program.

$99 may seem like a lot to pay for a piece of software that's essentially a plug-in. But twenty years from now you'll be able to look back on it all and tell them about your management genius.

Tell em' the netwebly guide sent you.

30-Day demo available from ThreeDGraphics, Single-user license $99.

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