based on an earlier version of the Wolfram Language.
Mathematica's unified computation and dynamic document architecture makes possible a new level of interactive presentation—notably allowing finished "slides" on which full interactive input and dynamic computation can still be done. Mathematica's cell-structured documents also conveniently allow calculations leading up to graphics or other elements to be maintained in the underlying document, but hidden for presentation.
New ► Slide Show — create a slide show notebook containing dynamic editable content
Palettes ► Slide Show — open Slide Show palette
Screen Environment ► Presentation — display a notebook in a presentation mode
Magnification — set the magnification for a notebook
Manipulate — create a dynamic interactive version of any graphic or other expression
Animate — create an animation from any function
ListAnimate — animate a list of graphics or other expressions
SlideView — view any list of graphics or other expressions as slides
TabView — use tabs to select between any list of graphics or other expressions
Export — export graphics, animations, or other expressions in many formats