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.
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