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Making presentations ‘sexier’ is great, but the real gems in PowerPoint 2010 are the broadcasting and video editing features. In customers’ own words:
"You can literally make a short film in one 2010 PowerPoint slide" - Anthony Guiliani
"Broadcasting a PowerPoint presentation makes it easy to share & record content with everyone anywhere" - David Salzberg
With PowerPoint 2010, not only can you insert and edit your favorite video, but you can also broadcast that presentation out to your friends, family, and co-workers. I’ve used the broadcast and video features for work, and being able to send colleagues a link to view my presentation – whether they’re across the hall or across the ocean – is pretty powerful.
Like customer Stacy Clark, who said, “I’m not technical, but PowerPoint 2010 makes it easy for me to be a presentation pro,” I’ve found other new features in PowerPoint 2010 that make my ideas come to life. The SmartArt and Screenshot features, for example, make it super easy to add some zing to any word-heavy presentation.
Coming up with great ideas is fairly easy. Presenting them in compelling ways is another story. Your ideas deserve to reach the people you want to reach in the most professional way possible. Check this month’s factoids on Did You Know to hear what else folks who’ve been using PowerPoint 2010 and Office 2010 for the past year have discovered so far.
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