A POWERPOINT Presentation That earned $49 million

In corporate world presentation is a key tool for marketing. But now-a-days presentation is not only a business people’s tool but also used by Educators, Students, Researchers and Trainers. It could be a hard copy made manually or a soft copy made by some presentation software.

A software based presentation is content creation of Data, Graphics, Audio or Movie to describe an Idea or concept to the audience easily & wisely. Some of the known Presentation Software to all is Apple Keynote, OpenOffice.org Impress or Microsoft PowerPoint. PowerPoint is most popular in them and became world’s most widely used presentation program.

PowerPoint Windows version was released in 1990, now known as Microsoft Office PowerPoint that comes with Microsoft office suite. It is a simple presentation slide show maker. Since then more dynamic software has come but still PowerPoint never loose its popularity, ‘cause of its easy to use interface.

by AL GORE

In 2007 the movie version of a PowerPoint Presentation wins Academy Awards for outstanding film achievements of 2006 in Best documentary feature category & earned $49 million at the box office worldwide. It is ‘An Inconvenient Truth’ a documentary film about global warming, presented by former United States Vice President Al Gore and directed by Davis Guggenheim. An Inconvenient Truth is the fourth-highest-grossing documentary film to date in the United States.

So dig in and make your Presentation more POWERFUL with POWERPOINT. To know more write to us at mail@eyedealab.com and if you need any assistance with your Presentation, please contact us.

Last modified on May 20th, 2015 at 1:25 pm.
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Rana Majumder - the Owner, Eyedea LAB. Graphic & Web Design Studio, lives in Kolkata, India.Interested in: Graphic Design, Web Development, Web Marketing, Presentation (CA), Brand Identity, Vector Art, Cartoon


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