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- proper n. A presentation graphics software package from Microsoft.
- n. An electronic slide presentation created and presented using the program Microsoft PowerPoint.
- n. An electronic slide presentation.
- v. To communicate using electronic slides.
- v. To present (a topic) by means of electronic slides.
- v. To communicate to (an audience) by electronic slides.
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Earlier this month The New York Times revived a recurring story of the military's dysfunctional PowerPoint culture, quoting General James Mattis of the Marine Corps as saying that PowerPoint makes us stupid.
Also, you can make charts in PowerPoint and really do anything you need to.
I have stressed to professors that PowerPoint is not the go-to.
In future videos I can, however, increase the font size when creating the captions in PowerPoint and Camtasia, if this is an issue.
There is still no patch for the vulnerability in PowerPoint that came to light last week.
Is it because he actually has enough wisdom and patience to weigh the evidence, intelligence and security assessments without someone like like Karl Rove writing it out for him in PowerPoint slides?
Communications majors, for instance, write an analysis of how the organization works and give a presentation (usually in PowerPoint) to their classmates.
While 280 Slides is missing some of the more sophisticated tools in PowerPoint, as a heavy PowerPoint user I barely noticed they were gone.
Suggests that PowerPoint is passe -- If I want to persuade with words, I use words.
Also, in most cases the corresponding PowerPoint is online available