I like to think not. Personally for me, I tried using Prezi once and I couldn't figure it out, even though it is coming into its own around my alumni campus. Whereas, long before I took high school and college computer courses, having grown up with computers, I knew the basics of PowerPoint.
Stephen Fry once said that "Books are no more threatened by Kindle than stairs by elevators":
One source: http://www.goodreads.com/quotes/220508- … stairs-by?
So I feel it's kind of like that. I think they can coexist fairly peacefully.
by Thief124 years ago
Which Microsoft Office application do you use the most?Is it the most common ones like Word, Excel, or PowerPoint? or the most obscure ones like Visio, Project, or OneNote?
by Grace Marguerite Williams8 months ago
and let live. These people are NOT bothering anyone, going on with their individual lives, and contributing to the community. They are fine, upstanding people. Again, why the strong animus towards this...
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How Microsoft products like Word and PowerPoint can be used to help health care professionals.Communicating with each other virtually - that is to say via the Internet or via email, rather than face to face?
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