Other Ways of Working with OperaShow
There are those who like coding HTML. And there are those who don't. If you fall into the latter group, but really want to use OperaShow, you still can do it without getting your hands dirty. Windows users can try QuickShow, a graphical tool for authoring and viewing OperaShow presentations. With QuickShow, you don't have to see any HTML or CSSyou just choose a look and feel for your slides and start typing. QuickShow is shareware, and will set you back $22. But it's a great way to take advantage of the power of OperaShow.
If you don't want to shell out $22 for QuickShow, or if you use an operating system other than Windows and are looking for a way to avoid coding, check out the online OperaShow generator from Opera Software. The OperaShow generator is simply an online form that enables you to set page and font formatting, as well as build a handful of slides. It's simple to use and fast, but requires you to be using Opera version 7 or higher. But the OperaShow generator is a great way to build simple OperaShow slides, or to experiment with OperaShow, if you're still unsure of it.