Tuesday, July 29, 2008

Powerful PowerPoint

I just want you all to know that I'm proud of myself. I was asked to take pictures to go in our CEO's PowerPoint presentation. So I did and they were. See how flummoxed this consumer was? Now see how happy he is? Oh the joys of marketing.


  1. PowerPoint IS powerful, but Excel will always be my favorite application. Closely followed by Publisher. And then Word, slightly more distantly.

  2. Marketing Demon!July 30, 2008 at 7:32 AM

    Nary a mention of Notepad?! For shame...

  3. Honestly I was in no way thinking of Type A personalities for my title and simply meant that the person giving the PowerPoint was powerful. I wasn't talking about the application itself. But yes, there are other much more powerful programs. I don't really like PowerPoint that much, I have seen alternatives that are like magic in comparison. Sarah you should look into those. There are programs that let you put slides in for tangents, amazing! Plus Sarah, I've never liked Microsoft's attempts at providing visual programs, I know you like Publisher, but it's not my favorite either.

  4. Publisher is a lot more powerful than people give it credit for. I can almost do everything in it that I can do in Photoshop at this point. It's not the best at any of it, but it is a great multi-purpose tool when you don't have the several other programs you need to be able to do all the same things.


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