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Know Your Role: When to use Sway and PowerPoint
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Know Your Role: When to use Sway and PowerPoint

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Microsoft just recently released its newest member of the family: Sway. Designed for creating presentations, and in many ways, an alternative to PowerPoint. Still confused when to use each presentation tool? Check out our infographic to learn more.

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  • I've just started playing around with Sway and it seems to me a nice way to design a presentation if you don't have the experience or the time to decide on fonts, colors, animation, etc. In designing a PowerPoint presentation, we need to make loads of basic decisions to make it look decent (and then it often doesn't!). With Sway, it seems that we can be confident that the system will produce something attractive without needing to make every decision. I see it as a timesaver in situations where the extra bells and whistles don't win you style points.
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