PowerPoint 2010: Get Up to Speed Quickly

John Storts
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The State of the Microsoft Desktop

Customers are taking a piecemeal approach to Windows 7 and Office 2010 upgrades.

While OpenOffice.org's Impress and Apple's Keynote presentation software produce high-quality slideshows, as of yet, neither these nor their competitors come close to the far-reaching popularity of Microsoft's PowerPoint.


Microsoft's latest version, PowerPoint 2010, improves on the 2007 iteration by improving the Ribbon interface, adding co-authoring capabilities, providing Web and mobile versions and new transitions and animations.


But that's the big picture. If you're in a hurry to orient yourself to the interface and get working quickly, you should check out the Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 Reference Guide, uploaded by online learning solution provider CustomGuide.


This quick reference shows you how to create new presentations, add and remove slides, use keyboard shortcuts and embed multimedia, while providing a handy at-a-glance roadmap to the interface.


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