NovusBogus wrote:I'm kind of curious to know more about this strange alternate dimension where the locals don't use PowerPoint. Corporations love it, academia loves it, governments love it, and the military *really* loves it. What am I overlooking here?
I was going to say. I mean, I don't use it often, but it's still a great tool for reinforcing the info communicated during a presentation. Like any tool, the effectiveness depends on who is swinging it.
Now, if you're distributing a PowerPoint for reference later, then I sure hope you converted to PDF first. Sending out a raw .ppt or .pptx to someone who has no need of editing it just begs disaster (and nobody cares about all your fancy animations that are lost as a result, those were just distracting in the first place).