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I would like to create a presentation, similar to Power Point slides, but with a Google Maps feature. When you zoom in in Google Maps, the content becomes more detailed. That's exactly what I need for my slides. The initial slide will show the system diagram I am trying to describe with it's major modules, when I click one of them I want that a zoom-in animation plays, then the detailed diagram of this module appears. It would be better if the same feature applied to sub-modules and be reversible.

There is any application that enables you to do such effect easily?

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PREZI might have the zoom-in effect that you are looking for--take a look at this video

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Exactly what I was looking for –  Jader Dias Jul 4 '11 at 13:50
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Try one of these in my PPT below (MS Office 2003):

https://docs.google.com/leaf?id=0B0HwU0hzcrxVMmFkODRkNjktNzNlMC00N2JhLWFhNWUtNjcyMzVmMTE5ODNh&hl=pt_BR (download and open in MS Power Point; view animation detais)

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Obrigado, mas a resposta escolhida atende melhor minha necessidade –  Jader Dias May 26 '12 at 21:09
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