Kernow999 14:01 17 Jan 05

Does anybody know where I can get hold of a copy of Microsoft Powerpoint? The cheaper, the better!

  TomJerry 14:22 17 Jan 05

this is the cheapest way to get powerpoint

the cost if under £100, you can get from PCwolrd or a lot of places

you can use it if you have a student/teacher in your family (any age)

if you do not want to pay, get OpenOffice (totally free and legal) click here, it can do most taks of powerpoint and can open and save powerpoint files

  Kernow999 14:29 17 Jan 05

Thanks. Can I run it on other pc's that have PowerPoint, ie if I have saved my presentation to disc, or does the other pc need to have OpenOffice installed also?

  TomJerry 14:33 17 Jan 05

openoffice can open and save powerpoint files

so you use openoffice and your friend use powerpoint, no problem, files can be exchanged easily

  Kernow999 14:34 17 Jan 05

Excellent. Thanks for your help.

  TomJerry 14:36 17 Jan 05

if you work for a big company (especially government or educational establishment), you may have site (or large volumn) licence which means ms office is just about £20 a seat

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