Definitions for "Microsoft PowerPoint"
Presentation software with which students can make a series of slides including text, graphics, sound, and/or video to accompany their presentations.
A computer graphics program that allows the creation and display of color presentation “slides” using computer-generated backgrounds and text. Text can be inserted and edited into an attractive, professional-looking frame-by-frame visual presentation. The resulting “slides” are fed into a video projector for projection onto a large screen. Since it is computerized, changes to slides can be made quickly and easily.
A program that you can use to design presentation materials. The documents created in PowerPoint can be printed, displayed with a video projector or recorded on film for use in a slide projector.