Presentation programs allow users to develop graphic presentations and are widely used by professionals and students alike. PowerPoint slide shows can help report progress in a meeting, define key elements in a training session, pitch a marketing plan, or organize ideas in a student report. Microsoft PowerPoint is a powerful tool that allows users to create professional computer slide shows, transparencies, or printed handouts quickly and easily. This study targets or aims to determine the pros and cons of improving the PowerPoint 2013.
Here are some reasons in creating this application.
* To be more competitive in the market
* Technology is moving forward and new things are possible that couldn’t be done with the previous system. * Many organizations are growing and the past versions could may not cope with the increased demands.
In order to install PowerPoint 2013, consider the following requirements: * Hardware Requirements
The hardware requirements for PowerPoint 2013 are the same as those required by Office 2013. A 1-GHz x86 or x64 processor, 1GB of RAM for 32-bit systems or 2GB of RAM for 64-bit systems, and 3GB of hard drive space are the minimum requirements for both Office 2013 and PowerPoint 2013. However, exceeding these requirements will result in PowerPoint 2013 loading and running faster. A graphics processor is not a requirement, but to enable graphic hardware acceleration, a DirectX10 graphics card is necessary.
* Software Requirements
PowerPoint 2013, and all Office 2013 programs, requires one of the following operating systems: Windows 7 or 8, Windows Server 2008 R2, or Windows Server 2012. Both 32- and 64-bit versions of these operating systems are acceptable. An Internet browser is also a requirement, such as Internet Explorer 8 or higher, Firefox 10.X or higher or Chrome 17.X or higher. Finally, you'll need to be running .NET version 3.5,...
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