TrainSignal Microsoft PowerPoint 2007 Training: The Indezine Review

Created: Tuesday, March 10, 2009, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 6:24 am



On the surface, PowerPoint looks like an easy program to learn — in fact, plenty of users have been able to create PowerPoint content within a few minutes of starting using this program — and most of them then believe that they are now PowerPoint savvy. Nothing can be further from the truth — unfortunately, most users will never be aware of the fact that behind its simple interface, PowerPoint provides tons of features and options that make creating and delivering everyday presentations so much easier and rewarding. Clearly, there is a need for some well designed and conceptualized PowerPoint training.

This review looks at one such offering from Train Signal’s CBT (computer based training) on PowerPoint 2007.

Read the Indezine review here…

Categories: powerpoint, training, tutorials


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