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Just wanted to get in a quick entry on an astounding bit of news.
One of the best books out there for improving the quality and content of your PowerPoint Presentations is Cliff Atkinson’s Beyond Bullet Points. Cliff’s extensive and accessible technique for creating “presentations that inform, motivate and inspire” has been getting rave reviews since it was published last year. In the sense of full disclosure, it’s important to note that Microsoft Press publishes Beyond Bullet Points. We think that’s a good thing, it’s a very good book.
In fact, it’s such a good book that last week Beyond Bullet Points hit #4 on the Amazon.Com Best Sellers list.
Now that’s not the list of Amazon Best Selling Technical Books, or Amazon’s Best Selling Computer books. It’s all books sold by Amazon. Yes, BBP was higher on the list than the recent mass-market paperback edition of Dan Brown’s The Da Vinci Code!
If you want to find out more about Beyond Bullet Points and read Cliff’s “Beyond Bullets” blog, visit http://www.sociablemedia.com/.
You may wish to also check out the Live Meeting Archives, where Cliff did a presentation about a month ago.
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Are you going to continue with this blog? I really am looking forward for more, I have a few comments about the new beta 2 release art, and I would like to post it here, I just want to know if someone is listening to me.
Thanks, I'm wating for your reply.
Hello PowerPoint Team,
Please accept this trial to send a question to you. What's about the 2007 version of PowerPoint Presenter?
Is there a ~ update / upgrade? New features?
Thank you - Jan
Comment to Jan Mortim Suspect that you're referring to one of two things as "PowerPoint Presenter." I'll interpret the question both ways. First would be whether we've done an update to Microsoft Producer, an add-in application for Microsoft PowerPoint 2003 that allows users "to capture and synchronize audio, video, slides, and images, then preview and publish a rich media presentation virtually anywhere for viewing in a Web browser." Unfortunately, the team that works on PowerPoint is not the same one that works on Producer, and we have no official news about a Producer upgrade. Second would be the Presenter View in PowerPoint 2007, which has had some significant improvements over the last few versions. Specifically we added the adjustable pane sizes, more thumbnails for upcoming and previous slides, a zoom control for the notes page, and generally larger controls over-all. The new ribbon for Slideshow makes enabling and controlling the use of Presenter View much easier than before. Hope that helps. Ric Bretschneider