Indezine News: PowerPoint at 25

Created: Tuesday, August 21, 2012, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 11:24 am

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PowerPoint celebrated its 25th birthday last month, and in a special world exclusive, we have Robert Gaskins, the founder of PowerPoint reminisce about how PowerPoint might have been named Presenter if someone else did not trademark that name. And in a curious turn of events, one of the commentators of his post owns up to trademarking the Presenter name. Post 25 years, the world is a small place! We also look at the new PowerPoint 2013 from a developer perspective this week.

PowerPoint boxes, then and now

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