Microsoft has announced that the upcoming PowerPoint 2013 will make viewing presentation slides in 16:9 widescreen format the default, with options if you use a 4:3 projector.
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PowerPoint 2013 will allow its users to share files online, and today Microsoft offered up some details on how this will work in a new PowerPoint development blog post.
In a new blog post, Microsoft talks about the addition of theme families in PowerPoint 2013, which adds a number of small variations in the software's main theme selections.