PowerPoint Turns 20

Created: Thursday, June 21, 2007, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 5:02 am



One of the most elegant, most influential and most groaned-about pieces of software in the history of computers is 20 years old. There won’t be a lot of birthday celebrations for PowerPoint; the program is one the world loves to mock almost as much as it loves to use.

Lee Gomes discusses more on WSJ.com…

See Also: Tom Spring on PC World and Robert Gaskins Home Page

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