Forget PowerPoint or Google Slides or Apple Keynote. Here is a newer solution for the Commodore 64. Simply use DATA statements in BASIC to define the layout of your slides. What could be easier than that?
I originally wrote this somewhere between 1985 and 1987. I submitted the program and an article to Compute! publications but was rejected, probably not unique or attractive enough of a submission. Well, here it is for the public to see approximately 35 years later. Not sure if I wrote this originally in assembler, or just machine code. I suspect I used machine code for this one. I have done a fair job now disassembling and crafting into assembler (using ACME cross assembler) for a more modern experience.
My typical use was to either see what was on the disk, or as a game launcher. Imagine the possibility of many games packed on a 1581 disk. It even supports launching cartridge images.
I have used it with 1541/1571/1581 but not sure if it works with fully populated large drives. Seems to have trouble with some non-standard drives. I plan to review that in the future. (Update: some fixes have been applied to the original code starting with tagged version 1.1)
Keyboard and joystick(#2) controls are documented with the source README.