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PowerPoint, one piece of the Microsoft Office Suite, is perhaps the best known tool for creating presentations. While everyone has seen dry presentations consisting primarily of text on slides, PowerPoint can do much more than this, including offering embedded content such as images, videos, audio files and even dynamic content from the internet.
These tools will help you to do more with your PowerPoint slides.
These free tools allow users to interact with their audience via Twitter while presenting. You can poll the audience, take questions and feedback or auto-tweet your presentation all using these Twitter add-ons.
PowerPoint in Action
Microsoft provides a detailed tutorial to help you get started with PowerPoint, but if you would prefer to see the editing process in action, check out the video tutorial below.