PowerPoint and Presenting Stuff

Get a Free or Cheaper Copy of Microsoft PowerPoint

We all realize that nothing is really free in today’s world, yet we all look for free stuff all the time. Well, maybe we were partially wrong when we said “nothing is free,” because you can get a free, or at least a cheaper copy of PowerPoint and Microsoft Office. When we say free or cheap, we do not refer to bootlegged copies — but genuine, original software. Here are some options for you to get a free or cheaper copy of PowerPoint.

Learn how you can acquire a free or cheaper PowerPoint copy from Microsoft.

Related Posts

Learn Sway: Text Cards We have already explored how Cards in Microsoft Sway work similarly to Placeholders in Microsoft PowerPoint. While PowerPoint has just a handful of ...
Learn PowerPoint 2010: Outline Pane Options The Slides/Outline pane in PowerPoint 2010 looks and works almost the same as it did in previous versions. Unfortunately Microsoft took away the Outli...
Learn PowerPoint 2013 for Windows: Format Slide Ba... PowerPoint 2013 provides twelve default Slide Background Styles, much like the previous two versions. Apart from these Styles, you can continue ch...