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Outlook and PowerPoint

When you look at Outlook and PowerPoint, no two applications of Office could seem to be more different. One's a personal information manager, and one's a slide show maker. How can there be any commonality between them? Remember that PowerPoint is not just a “slide show maker.” It's a business presentation tool, and that one word—business—is its common connection with Outlook.

After you have created a presentation in PowerPoint, one of your options is to use a computer monitor to project the presentation. While the presentation is being made, PowerPoint's Meeting Minder can take notes, schedule a meeting, or create a task. It's those last two capabilities that relate directly to Outlook.


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