What do you like best?
It is a program designed to make presentations with schematized text, as well as presentations on slides, text animations and clip art or imported from computer images. You can apply different font, template and animation designs.
What do you dislike?
NOTHING, BECAUSE PowerPoint is one of the most extended presentation programs. It is widely used in different fields of teaching, business, among others. YOU CAN ALSO DO USEFUL THINGS, FOR EXAMPLE:
To be able to introduce texts varying the color and the size of the letters according to the needs and tastes of the user,
You can insert images that give a better presentation to the slide, making it easier to understand what the slide is about, as well as being able to insert texts to the images complementing the exhibition.
It has animation tools, with which you can give effects to texts and images, giving it a better appearance.
Add videos and audios.
It has the ability to open formats of other platforms and even allows us to save them in different formats to PowerPoint, for example, extensions such as: PPT or PPS, among others.
You can put hyperlinks.
Recommendations to others considering the product
I RECOMMEND IT BECAUSE IT IS AN EXCELLENT TOOL, It is a program designed to make presentations with schematized text, as well as presentations on slides, text animations and clip art or imported from computer images. You can apply different font, template and animation designs.
What business problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?
PowerPoint went from being a black and white tool for the Macintosh computer in 1987 to being one of the most powerful applications of the Microsoft PC. It has found a home on 250 million computers and covers 95 percent of the presentation software market
In boardrooms, convention centers, web conferences and executive offices across the country, workers carry out 30 million PowerPoint presentations per day, according to the Ohio State University website. However, Microsoft's software has its detractors; Sun Microsystems banned the use of PowerPoint in 1997 and the authors have written entire books against the product, but its simplicity and familiarity make it an important tool in the artillery for business communication.