PowerPoint 2010 is what PowerPoint 2007 should have been.
(PRWEB) June 22, 2010
m62 visualcommunications, the global leader in presentation effectiveness, has produced a list of reasons as to why presenters should upgrade to PowerPoint 2010.
With the eagerly-awaited Office 2010 out soon, presenters worldwide are looking forward to the arrival of the fully-featured software. The Beta version has been available for several months now, and the upgraded software has received acclaim worldwide. The full version, which is available in the US this month, is expected to improve the design aspects available for PowerPoint presentations.
Some of the great new features include the ability to embed and edit video within PowerPoint itself; the ability to make custom shapes; a host of new transitions; the ability to save the PowerPoint file as a video; and more editing options available for several different menus.
The improvements in the software mean that the program will be easier and simpler to use, as well as offering the user a far wider range of tools to design effective PowerPoint slides.
Nicholas Oulton, Founder of m62, commented: “There is a general consensus among our designers at m62 that PowerPoint 2010 is what PowerPoint 2007 should have been. The software exhibits great improvements with better usability, and features that surpass anything the public was expecting.
“PowerPoint 2010 certainly offers presentation designers the opportunity to do far more exciting things with PowerPoint than have been possible previously. A word of warning, however: the added features, or any fancy features in fact, should only be used when they add to the audience’s engagement with, and understanding of, the content. A distracting presentation is not an effective presentation.”
m62 has produced almost 10,000 presentations for clients worldwide, across a range of sectors from Medical and IT to Construction and Retail. m62 offers a selection of services for its clients and website visitors, including PowerPoint design and presentation skills training.
For more information about m62 visualcommunications, visit m62.net or call +44 (0)151 259 6262.