Producer 2007 for PowerPoint Now in Public Beta

Created: Saturday, June 7, 2008, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 9:39 am



If you belong to the group of users who often used Microsoft Producer to create online content with their PowerPoint presentations, then you must have been not too happy to know that Producer no longer worked with PowerPoint 2007 content.

Now that issue is being addressed — and Microsoft has announced a public beta of Microsoft Producer for Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2007. Yes, that’s a long name, and Ric Bretschneider, Senior Program Manager for PowerPoint at Microsoft tells you why he needs to use that long name — and he also explains how you can join the beta and get a copy of this cool, free product.

Everything is explained on the PowerPoint Team Blog…

Categories: online_presentations, powerpoint

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