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Microsoft PowerPoint is a presentation program currently developed by Microsoft, for use on both Microsoft Windows and Apple Macintosh operating systems.

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Collaborate for free with an online version of Microsoft PowerPoint. Save presentations in OneDrive. Share them with others and work together at the same time.

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Microsoft PowerPoint is presentation software that is part of Microsoft Office and is a great tool for business, classrooms, and personal use.

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wikiHow to Use Microsoft Office PowerPoint. Three Parts:Creating a Presentation Jazzing It UpMaking It MemorableCommunity Q&A. Do you want to make your ...

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Oct 9, 2013 ... Microsoft PowerPoint can do much more than boring presentations. It's PowerPoint 2013's time now and the search for creative and uncommon ...

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Are you new to PowerPoint? This is a step-by-step topic to help you create a basic presentation using PowerPoint 2013.

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It does not cover the technical aspects of using the software; for this see our guide on using PowerPoint 2010. If you have experience of using other Microsoft  ...

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Microsoft PowerPoint is excellent presentation software program, which is used for slide presentations in classrooms and business and many industry areas.

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PowerPoint can be a highly effective tool to aid learning, but if not used carefully, may .... Microsoft's tutorial explains how to configure the Presenter View.

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If your company's use of the Microsoft Office suite is limited to Word for typing and Excel for calculations, you may be missing out on another part of the package ...