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This is post #1 in the Ten Days of Office series to celebrate the one-year anniversary of the release of Office 2010 and provide you with tips and tricks to get the most from your Office experience. Tune in each week day for new tips and tricks!
Time flies. It's already been about a year since we released Office 2010, and we want to make sure you are getting the most out of it.
Since this is the PowerPoint blog, naturally, we're here to talk about PowerPoint. Specifically, about how to get your presentation out to people in a way that's easy and cost-effective for you.
You may be familiar with this scenario: You finish building your slides, and then - WHAM! - you hit the wall when it comes to sharing. How do you get your presentation into your whole audience's hands at the right moment, no matter where they are?
In PowerPoint 2010, we decided to do something to reduce your stress, and Broadcast Slide Show was born. It lets you immediately go "wide" with your presentation. Simply send a web link to anyone. They don't even need PowerPoint, just a browser. No downloading a new client before viewing. No big struggle to join an online meeting. View it from a netbook or handheld device. View it from a Mac. Even view it from a smartphone.
How does this magic work? We built a service that handles the sharing for you, for free. Meaning you don't have to pay to use a third-party service. Or worry that your file is too large for email, or that your audience is looking at the wrong slide while you're delivering.
So no matter where you are, and no matter where your audience is, you can always go "wide" and share your ideas with PowerPoint.
Over the next ten days, as part of the one-year anniversary celebration of Office 2010, come back to the Office Blog for some of our top tips for getting the most out of Office 2010 and related products. Next up, a post tomorrow about getting connected with Outlook Social Connector and SharePoint 2010.
-- Erik Jensen