MS PowerPoint 2010 Product Key x64/x32 Full Free Download
A presentation tool in the Microsoft Office 2010 Activator suite designed to help users create informative slides that can contain text, graphics, movies and similar objects. MS PowerPoint 2010 presentations can be viewed as printouts, directly on a computer, or via video projectors, and are frequently used in business and educational settings for situations like lectures, meetings and product briefings.
MS PowerPoint 2010 Product Key presentations can also be viewed, edited and shared in the cloud with Microsoft’s Office Web Apps, a collection of free online companions to Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 Working Key is the current release for Windows operating systems, while PowerPoint 2011 is the latest release for Apple’s Mac OS X. New features in the latest releases of PowerPoint include direct video embedding and editing, Smart Guides, a new Reading View, a Broadcast Presentation feature, and new built-in transitions and animations effects.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 Key Features:
Customize the Ribbon:
There are still mixed feelings about the new ribbon interface. Personally, I love the ribbon and feel that it is much easier to locate certain commands. But if you disagree, PowerPoint 2010 Full Version Free Download with product key gives you the ability to create your own custom tabs filled with whatever tools and commands you use on a regular basis.
Group Slides into Sections:
Another great addition to PowerPoint 2010 Crack is the ability to group slides into sections. And I’ve got to be honest; at first, I wasn’t that excited about sections and didn’t think it would be something I’d use very often. But after forcing myself to try it out on several of my presentations, I’m hooked.
Improved Picture Crop:
I had been using PowerPoint 2010 License Key for a while before I realized just how cool the picture crop tool is now. You can now easily crop pictures by aspect ratio, a feature which is great if you work back and forth between widescreen (16:9 or 16:10) presentations and the standard 4:3 PowerPoint slide ratio.
Broadcast Slideshow via the SkyDrive:
Let’s face it, not everyone has SharePoint, so sharing documents and slideshows with people in other locations is still a bit tricky. Luckily, PowerPoint 2010 Serial Number gives you the ability to broadcast your slideshow, allowing you to upload your presentation using the free PowerPoint Broadcast Service.
Insert Video from Online Sites:
In previous versions of PowerPoint, inserting video from online sites was a bit tricky and didn’t always work quite as you would expect it to. Now, with PowerPoint 2010 Activator presenters can insert and play video from online sites such as YouTube, Vimeo, and Revver during a slide show. All you need to do is copy and paste the embed code into the insert video dialog box and PowerPoint does the rest.
Save Presentation as a Video:
For the past few years I’ve been using a variety of third-party applications all designed to convert a PowerPoint slide deck into a video; however, often with these third-party solutions I’d see a drop in quality or a disconnect between my slide animations and audio. With the release of PowerPoint 2010 I was very excited to see the innate ability to create a video and see that in doing so both audio and very complex animations keep their timings and synchronization.
Combine Shapes Tools:
Often in PowerPoint I create my own graphics by drawing and grouping shapes together. Sometimes, however, rather than grouping shapes I always wished there was a way to join shapes or at minimum “cut” one shape out of another shape like you can do in other graphic programs. Well, now with PowerPoint 2010 you can join two or more shapes with either the Shape Union or Shape Combine tools, and even cut shapes using the Shape Intersect or Shape Subtract tools.
As a huge fan of the format painter, I was happy to see that the PowerPoint team decided to add an animation painter tool as well to Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 Activator. Now, just like with formatting, you can copy and paste an object’s animations with just a quick click of a button. This isn’t by far the most exciting new feature, but I place it third in my list mainly because of how much I actually use this feature.
Bookmark and Trigger Audio and Video:
Another great new feature in MS PowerPoint 2010 Product Key is the ability to create bookmarks inside media, allowing the presenter to skip or jump to a particular point within the media. But this feature really finds its power in the ability to trigger an animation to media bookmarks, which if you ever tried to sync animations to music you’ll understand why bookmark triggers are so cool.
Remove Background from a Picture:
By far the most used feature (and therefore my most favorite feature) in PowerPoint 2010 Key is the background removal tool for pictures. As someone who has been using Photoshop to do exactly this for years, I welcome PowerPoint’s quick and easy-to-use tool.
Pros: Improved interface, updated multimedia features, free cloud hosting.
Cons: Extra features make for a more complicated program, while very advanced user.
Conclusion: A cleaned-up interface and lots of extra features. For new or occasional users it may be bewildering, while advanced multi-media fans may find it lacking. Download PowerPoint 2010 and see for yourself.