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Screenwriter and script consultant Dave Trottier has a free PowerPoint template available on his website that writers can use to outline scenes or chapters in screenplays or books. It's called StorySorter, and it's the last item on the page.
On a related note, check out Doug Kim's post 10 tips for great storytelling from a PowerPoint novelist, featuring the work of author Jennifer Egan, who wrote an entire chapter of her Pulitzer-Prize-winner book in PowerPoint. The Guardian even did a write-up on her this week.
And while you're at it, have you seen the newly redesigned PowerPoint page on Office.com? Take a look and let us know what you think.
-- Erik Jensen