PowerPoint is everywhere. From the company-wide sales meeting to the high school chemistry class, few people have managed to avoid contact with the world’s most popular presentation software. Since the 1990 introduction of PowerPoint as an integral part of the Microsoft Office suite, this little piece of software ingenuity has single-handedly destroyed the cumbersome slide projector and ushered in the very concept of the presentation into the 21st century. Though many companies have tried to compete with PowerPoint, none have ever succeeded in any significant way. In fact, PowerPoint retains a 95 percent share of the presentation software market to this very day. They’ve managed this feat by becoming the rarest kind of software: simple, yet amazingly powerful. PowerPoint is currently being used by virtually anyone who needs to present an idea to a group of people. From the CEO of the largest corporation right down to your friendly local Girl Scout troop, millions of people depend on PowerPoint to help them get their ideas across. With the release of Office 2013 RT, the PowerPoint interface has been optimized and customized for tablet PCs, giving you all of the power of this incredible program while letting you create your presentation masterpieces from anywhere you please. This guide will take you through the basics of PowerPoint RT. We’ll teach you what you need to know to get started, everything from creating and saving your presentations (with SkyDrive) to turning your finished masterpieces into stand-alone files or even videos. Whether you’ve been using PowerPoint for years, or you’re still futzing around with a slide projector in your basement, we’ll not only show you how to get things done with PowerPoint, we’ll have fun doing it! At a glance, PowerPoint RT looks like an incredibly complex program. It can be, but it definitely doesn’t have to be. This guide will teach you what you need to know to get to work right now. We’ll leave the fluff and head scratching for people with time to waste. Ready to get started? Let’s go!
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