Microsoft Powerpoint 2019 For Mac Open License
- Microsoft Powerpoint 2019
- Installation Method: Digital Download
- Estimated Delivery Time: 5 - 7 Business Days
- Users Supported: 1 User
- Devices Supported: 1 Device
- Installations Supported: 1 Installation
- License Type: Perpetual
- License Term: Indefinite
- Licensed Use: Licensed for Home and Commercial Use
- Brand: Microsoft
- Manufacturer Part Number: D47-00916
- Platform Supported: Mac
- Operating Systems Supported: OS X Version 10.12
- Minimum Hard Drive Space: 2.5 GB
- Minimum Memory: 1 GB
- Minimum Processor Speed: Intel Core 2 Duo Processor
Present better and smarter with Microsoft PowerPoint 2019 for Windows (Open License). The 2019 version of PowerPoint comes with excellent new tools that are perfect for professors, executives, project managers and others who find themselves presenting regularly. The unique new Presenter View option allows the presenter to see essential notes, controls, previous slides and upcoming slides while the audience sees just the current slide, putting the user in full control.
New Data Displays
Visualizations are critical to effective data analysis as well as compelling storytelling. In PowerPoint 2019, we've added six new charts—with the same rich formatting options that you are familiar with—to help you create some of the most commonly used data visualizations of financial or hierarchal information or for revealing statistical properties in your data.
Now, when you're collaborating with others on a presentation and there are conflicts between changes you've made and changes others have made, you'll see a side-by-side comparison of the slides with conflicting changes, so you can easily choose visually between which changes you'd like to keep.
Now you can go to File > History to see a complete list of changes that have been made to your presentation and access earlier versions. (This feature is only supported for files stored on OneDrive for Business or SharePoint.)
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Microsoft Powerpoint 2019 For Mac Open License's simplicity to make beautiful, modern, and attractive presentations. My first presentation software was Microsoft PowerPoint, but after I tried out this version of powerpoint, I never wanted to go back. PP is easier and more intuitive than any other software!, and it takes less time and effort to make the presentation look professional. My role within my "business" is office administrator. I serve within a local church where I help both people in the office and people within our body communicate their vision and events more clearly to those in their circles. The "problems" I'm solving is how to get the important messages these people have to the audience who needs it. With POwerPoint, I help people in my office communicate their message more clearly. Using Keynote, they have found an easier alternative compared to PowerPoint that helps them more easily create attractive presentations more quickly. Doing this, it saves them time and gives them the ability to catch people's interest and have more time to invest into people ultimately.
Microsoft Powerpoint 2019 For Mac Open License makes it easy to do a professional looking presentation. It is packed with quality cinematic transitions that are elegant, classy, and still eye catching. You can create real drama with the presentation in a simple yet profound way. The professionalism of the pitch goes way up with Keynote. You can tell the story to the client in a much more dramatic way. I work exclusively in a mac environment and can always be confident that when i make presentations for clients, they will be presented in the way we intended.
What do I like best? It's not Keystone or something similar. After many years of struggling with Microsoft Powerpoint 2019 For Mac Open License, I was thrilled when Windows came out with their superior, native version. The user interface is pretty simple - although the most recent upgrade (7.0) required a learning curve before I could find everything again. But that aside, it's superior in just about every way to any other software. The templates are more sophisticated, it's way easier to format slides, and there are many more ways to jazz up presentations (slide transitions, builds, animations, etc.). In general, it's very easy to make a slide deck that looks professional without being cheesy. If you use windows products, you'll be able to find your way around this software pretty easily.