Last week’s most eventful happening was Microsoft announcing a public preview for Office 2013, the next version of Microsoft Office. Predictably, this means a new PowerPoint version. Expectations are very high for the upcoming PowerPoint 2013 — and what you see in the public preview version is essentially what you will see in the final release. So for those of you who are expecting to send feedback to Microsoft based upon your opinion of PowerPoint 2013’s public preview, be aware that no new features will be added based on your opinion at this time. A public preview is something that gets released to iron out bugs and make users aware of an upcoming version — and nothing else!
If that sounded pessimistic, then it was not intended to. And that’s because there is so much to like about PowerPoint 2013 — in the next few weeks and months we will explore all nuances of PowerPoint 2013, and share them with you.
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