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Present classroom material in style by creating interactive presentations that use video, sound, pictures, and multimedia to encourge classroom participation. With PowerPoint 2010, teachers and students now have more ways to create dynamic presentations, share unique subject material, and engage classroom interest than ever before. PowerPoint 2010 lets teachers and students become artists of information—and lets them have fun while doing it.
Encourage creative thinking and develop your students' presentation skills

PowerPoint 2010 offers new and improved tools for the classroom that make it easier to create information-packed presentations that grab your students' attention. Useful for any subject, PowerPoint 2010 lets you decide what content to include in each slide and then provides you with improved tools for video and photo editing, dramatic new transitions, realistic animation, and content management to help you present the material to your students in the way you think will best help them learn.

Let PowerPoint 2010 make learning more fun:

  • Use video, sound, pictures, and multimedia in presentations
  • Spark classroom participation with interactive teaching
  • Make lessons a two-way conversation
  • Develop fun and exciting student projects and assignments
  • Create charts, lists, and picture diagrams to stimulate information
  • Add an entertaining element for teaching any subject 

System requirements:

  • 500 MHz or faster processor 
  • Windows 7, Vista with SP1, XP (must have SP3) (32-bit), Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2003 R2 with MSXML 6.0 (32-bit PowerPoint only), or later 32- or 64-bit OS 
  • 256 MB RAM; 512 MB recommended for graphics features and certain advanced functionality 
  • 1.5 GB available disk space 
  • 1024 x 576 or higher resolution monitor 
  • Internet functionality requires an Internet connection 
  • Microsoft Internet Explorer 6 or later, 32-bit browser only. IE7 or later required to receive broadcast presentations

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