Next April, Microsoft will end support for Windows XP and Office 2003. This basically means that they will no longer write patches for any security flaws found in the products, which in turn means that you will be left vulnerable should the worst happen.
PowerPoint is a very flexible and powerful tool; it’s comparatively easy to create professional presentations. But what makes a really good presentation?
It’s not lots of whizzy graphics. Although PowerPoint offers you the options to make text fly around the screen, stretch, flash and more, it doesn’t mean that will make your presentation look good. It’s much more likely to irritate your audience and get in the way of the message you’re trying to get across.