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On Friday, April 16, 2010, we shipped the final build of PowerPoint 2010 to manufacturing. We also shipped SharePoint 2010, with support for the new PowerPoint Web App. Read more about the RTM milestone in this post from Office Corporate Vice President Takeshi Numoto, and about the SharePoint release from SharePoint Server Vice President, Jeff Teper
Save time and money by applying sophisticated photo effects without using additional photo-editing software programs. Transform your images into compelling, vibrant visuals by using new and improved picture editing features such as color saturation and temperature, brightness and contrast, and an advanced cropping and background removal tools, along with artistic filters such as blur, paintbrush, and watercolor.
PowerPoint 2010 redefines the way people can work together on presentations. With co-authoring, you can simultaneously edit the same presentation with individuals in different locations. If you're using SharePoint 2010 and Office Communicator 2007 R2, you can see who else is authoring a presentation with you and easily start a real-time conversation without leaving PowerPoint.
Embed and edit video files directly in PowerPoint 2010. Easily trim your video to show only relevant sections. Bookmark key points in a video for quick access or trigger animation to begin automatically when those bookmarks are reached. You can also set the video to fade in and out at specified intervals and apply a variety of video styles and effects—such as reflections, bevels, and 3-D rotation—to help you quickly capture your audience’s attention.
Instantly broadcast your PowerPoint 2010 presentations by sending out a URL so people can view your presentation on the Web. Your audience sees your slides in high fidelity, even if they don’t have PowerPoint installed. You can also turn your presentation into a high-quality video with narration to share with virtually anyone through e-mail, via the Web, or on DVD. SharePoint 2010 with the Office Web Apps lets you deploy your own PowerPoint Broadcast server in your enterprise.
Post your presentations on your corporate intranet using SharePoint 2010 and the Office Web Apps, and then access, view, and edit them using almost any browser or using your Windows phone (get Office Mobile from the Windows Mobile Marketplace here). With PowerPoint 2010, you can get things done according to your schedule across multiple locations and devices. Later this year, the PowerPoint Web App will be available on Windows Live.
PowerPoint 2010 Normal View
PowerPoint 2010 Web App Edit View
You don’t have to be a design expert to create professional-looking graphics. Use dozens of additional SmartArt layouts to create many types of graphics such as organization charts, lists, and picture diagrams. Transform words into impressive visuals that better illustrate your ideas. Create diagrams as easily as typing a bulleted list or convert text and images to a diagram in just a few clicks. The new natural language tools are guaranteed to make your words and equations shine. You can even use PowerPoint 2010 to create custom shapes!
PowerPoint 2010 offers new, slide transitions and animation effects that look similar to graphics you’d see on TV. Easily access, preview, apply, customize, and replace animations. You can also use the new Animation Painter to easily copy animations from one object to another. Built-in hardware acceleration will make optimal use of your graphics card to really bring your ideas to life.
Easily organize and navigate through slides using slide sections. Divide a presentation into logical slide groups, rename sections to help you manage content—such as to assign slides to a particular author—or easily print just one section of slides.
PowerPoint 2010 simplifies how you access features. The new Backstage view replaces the traditional file menu to let you save, share, print, and publish your presentations with just a few clicks. And, with the improved Ribbon, you can access your favorite commands even more quickly by customizing tabs or creating your own to personalize the experience to your work style.
PowerPoint 2010 gives you a completely separate window for each presentation that you open. So, you can view and edit multiple presentations independently, side-by-side, or even on separate monitors.
The Web Apps will be publicly available soon on Sky Drive (sign up for the Technical Preview here). If you are planning to deploy them on your own servers, you can learn how to deploy the Web Apps on SharePoint at the Office Web Apps portal on TechNet.
Check back soon (or subscribe via RSS) to learn even more about these cool new features!
-The PowerPoint Team
Looks great from the screenshots, looking forward to trying this week. One question: did a freeform lasso select for grouping ink annotations get implemented? And does the rectangle select for ink now work? In the beta it was grayed out.
I also like the benefit of being able to share presentations without worrying about someone "borrowing" portions of your presentation for their's by using the Save As PowerPoint Picture Presentation option.
ASKING TO COMMENT ON A MICROSOFT POWERPOINT 2010 ITSELF IS A BIG COMMENT-MY DEAR IT IS MICROSOFT - THIS IS A MECHANICAL ENGINEER COMMENT - SONIA CONGRESS ENGINEERING.
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