PowerPoint Repurposing

Created: Thursday, August 12, 2010, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 10:46 am



This article appeared in the erstwhile Presentations magazine dated February 2003.

Today, billions of electronic presentations inhabit millions of hard disks in every corner of the world, and more than 90 percent of these presentations were created with Microsoft PowerPoint. Unfortunately, most have a short life span. Typically these presentations are used only once or twice, then filed and forgotten — an enormous waste of time and valuable information. Yet this content can be repurposed, redistributed and reused in a number of different ways.

Read more about PowerPoint repurposing here…

Categories: delivery, distribution, powerpoint

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