|07-17-12, 01:50 AM||#1|
Join Date: Jun 2009
First look: PowerPoint 2013
Love it or hate it, PowerPoint is an essential tool in the business user's arsenal. As with Word and Excel, PowerPoint is a large application. The focus with PowerPoint 2013 has been on streamlining real-world usage and getting the most out of the features that already exist, rather than cramming ever more functionality into a product that's already creaking at the seams.
As with all the Office 2013 applications, PowerPoint 2013 has been given a fresh coat of paint. It has a new icon and Metroesque look-and-feel, plus the application incorporates extensive cloud integration.
Start it up, and you'll be given a range of templates to choose from to create your new presentation. PowerPoint templates are nothing new. What is new is that they're now available with 16:9 aspect ratios, which the application defaults to.
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