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Windows 7: powerpoint in Windows 7 Starter?

15 Jul 2011   #1

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powerpoint in Windows 7 Starter?

hi,
I have a question...i'v mini netbook with windows 7 starter...and i dont have the powerpoint in it..how i cud get it???plz reply soon

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15 Jul 2011   #2

Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit, SP1
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by jokutty View Post
hi,
I have a question...i'v mini netbook with windows 7 starter...and i dont have the powerpoint in it..how i cud get it???plz reply soon
PowerPint is part of the Microsoft Office Suites.
Microsoft Office suites do not come in free. You have to purchase it.

Some computers will come pre-installed with a TRIAL version of Microsoft Office, good for 60 days, after which users will have to buy the full version.

Bear in mind that your Windows 7 Starter is the lowest end of Windows 7 versions. It may NOT have a Microsoft Office trial version included at all.
At best, it may include a Microsoft Office Starter version which does NOT include PowerPoint.

excerpt from ......
Microsoft Office Starter 2010

Microsoft Office Starter 2010, a new base productivity suite that replaces Microsoft Works, consists of limited-functionality versions of Word and Excel and includes advertising. It does not include PowerPoint or Outlook.
Office Starter 2010 is available only on new PCs in conjunction with preloaded Office 2010 suites and is designed for home users who are not ready to buy a full version of Office 2010. It allows users to upgrade easily to a complete Office 2010 suite whenever they are ready.
What end users can do with Office Starter 2010
  • Create and edit basic Word documents and Excel spreadsheets with 100 percent file fidelity
  • Open existing Word and Excel documents
  • Manage a simple home budget
  • Write letters
  • Create newsletters with photos and easily send them out
What end users cannot do with Office Starter 2010
  • Create PowerPoint presentations
  • Manage email with Outlook
  • Organize notes, media, and project resources in one place using Microsoft OneNote
  • Add comments or track changes to documents
  • Analyze data with pivot tables
  • Enhance documents with SmartArt graphics
  • Automate and accelerate repetitive tasks using programmable macros
  • Customize the quick access toolbar
  • Connect to an external data source in Excel
  • Create a report with a table of contents, footnotes, and bibliographies
  • Turn off the advertisements
This is just a partial list of the functionality missing from Office Starter 2010. However, end users can activate the missing functionality by purchasing a Product Key Card for an appropriate full Office suite.
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19 Jul 2011   #3

Windows 7
 
 

Hi,
what I should do to have power point on my netbook?I would like to make some worksbut i have only word padthe 1st netbook when i brought they downloaded everything but i had some problem with video so changed it and the new netbook i dont have it...will you explain me what i can do?
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19 Jul 2011   #4

Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit, SP1
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by jokutty View Post
Hi,
what I should do to have power point on my netbook?I would like to make some worksbut i have only word padthe 1st netbook when i brought they downloaded everything but i had some problem with video so changed it and the new netbook i dont have it...will you explain me what i can do?
You have 2 otions :

1. Buiy one of the Microsoft Office suites which have PowerPoint included.
The cheapest suite is Home and Student version :
Office Home and Student - Office.com

Editing : You could get it cheaper if you could find a LEGITIMATE Home & Student 2007 version.

2. Install OpenOffice which works more or less like MS Office programs, and they are compatible : OpenOffice is a freeware, no charge.
OpenOffice.org - The Free and Open Productivity Suite
OpenOffice tutorials :
Tutorials For OpenOffice: Standard and Customized tutorials
Note : Impress ( presentation) is the opposite number of MS PowerPoint.
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23 Jul 2011   #5

Windows 7
 
 

You can use Google Presentation, as part of google docs, freely available.
Also, there is:
IBM Lotus Symphony Presentations
Kpresenter
Powerpoint viewer (to view powerpoint slides)
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24 Jul 2011   #6

Windows 7
 
 
thanks

thank you but i cudn't download it i tryed a lotcan you help me plz
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24 Jul 2011   #7

Windows 7 Ultimate SP1 64-Bit
 
 

You can download the PowerPoint Viewer here: Download Details - Microsoft Download Center - PowerPoint Viewer

Just remember, the PP Viewer only lets you open PowerPoint presentations.

If you want to design presentations yourself, you will have to buy either the standalone version or one that is part of the Microsoft Office suite. A student version is probably the cheapest option - just do a search in Google.
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24 Jul 2011   #8

Windows 7
 
 
sevener

i have window 7starter...will you help for doing it little more better way plz
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24 Jul 2011   #9

Windows 7 Ultimate SP1 64-Bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by jokutty View Post
i have window 7starter...will you help for doing it little more better way plz
Not quite sure what you're asking. What do you want to do better? A better way of improving Windows 7 or a better way of getting hold of PowerPoint?

Unfortunately, your netbook's specifications are not good, so you may be faced with buying a better laptop to do what you're after.
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24 Jul 2011   #10

Windows 7 Home Premium x64, Windows 8 Pro
 
 

You have to download OpenOffice from this site to be exact: OpenOffice.org Downloads

Press the first field (green area) and then it starts automatically. Save it and then run it.
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