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Jan 23 2008   9:06AM GMT

The Presentation Outlook: Microsoft PowerPoint 2007 Review with Recommendations – Part 1

WPeterson William Peterson Profile: WPeterson


This essay just provides personal perspective on using PowerPoint 2007 as presentation tool and share the proven methods and techniques I’ve developed after the throughout year of facilitating PowerPoint 2007 presentations.

Like any other baby, PowerPoint 2007 is really delighted with its 1st birthday and Christmas gift Service Pack 1 this winter. Also, the parent Microsoft is so happy to see the new baby’s greatly sales excellence last year. However, we still need to look carefully at what the newcomer executes and conduct a review of PowerPoint 2007 with recommendations that every user and consultant would consider.

While most of practice users are fond of PowerPoint 2007 focusing on their attention on the design process, we produce more functionally by leveraging meaningful business approach. We’ll experiment with three fundamental elements in PowerPoint 2007 and provide integrated recommendations for current and potential users.

Charming New Face: Does Everyone Like The Ribbon?

Most IT organizations tend to deploy new PowerPoint 2007 through its favored enterprise acquisition channel in the one year. All enthusiasm apart, actually many things stayed the same in PowerPoint 2007 from previous versions.

One of the great changes of PowerPoint 2007 is it lets users make presentations much faster and easier than ever before. Actually, just the new ribbon interface make PowerPoint 2007 look and feel dramatically fresh, even though most features are unchanged. Compared with long drop-down menu and task listing in earlier versions, the ribbon is simply more accessible and usable, and people really like the WYSIWYG [What You See Is What You Get] thing. About Microsoft Office Fluent user interface, you can read more at


To be continued….

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