Google Docs To Support PowerPoint

Created: Monday, February 5, 2007, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 5:42 am

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As if Microsoft didn’t have enough to worry about after the lukewarm response to Vista and Office 2007, Google’s free online office suite is set to do PowerPoint as well.

Code-named Google Presently, the presentation feature is set to become a part of Google Docs & Spreadsheets which, as the name suggests, currently offers document and spreadsheet editing. Users will be able to convert a document into a presentation, create slides and view the presentation in full-screen, reports unofficial Google-watching blog Google Operating System.

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