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PowerPoint at Age 30 Has Many Fans Among Millennials

In early 2017, in view of the upcoming 30th anniversary of PowerPoint, Microsoft wanted to know how the application was viewed by “Millennials,” people aged 18‒34. To find out, they commissioned a poll among users of social media (Snapchat and Instagram). To Microsoft’s surprise, they found that 80% of Millennial respondents considered PowerPoint to be “a great tool,” an opinion comparable to people old enough to be their parents (“Gen X”) or grandparents (“Baby Boomers”).

http://blog.indezine.com/2017/05/powerpoint-age-30-many-fans-among-millennials.html

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Come to the only PowerPoint networking event in New York City. June 16 at Wix Lounge. Follow the link for free registration.

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In this very engaging webinar with graphics guru, Mike Parkinson, you’ll learn the 5 silver bullets that guarantee a successful presentation. Each is proven to improve understanding, adoption, persuasion and/or performance. Use one or all of the silver bullets to make your next presentation a winner.If you missed it or want to watch it on again 

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Looking to improve how you tell stories with your presentations data? Check out Tom Davenport's good piece in the Harvard Business Review, "10 Kinds of Stories to Tell with Data"
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