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Windows 7: Introducing PowerPoint 2010

07 Aug 2009   #1

Windows 10 Workstation x64
Introducing PowerPoint 2010

With posts about the Sections slide organization feature and the ability to open Unlimited Windows, the PowerPoint team has started to unveil many of the great new features included in PowerPoint 2010. As mentioned in their Introduction, many of your presentations will look better simply because you're presenting with the new version of the software. Most recently, they've been announcing the first-class video support features that are now built directly into the product.

Visit the PowerPoint Team Blog to learn about the new advancements that are included in PowerPoint 2010 and the story behind the development of these features.


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