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  • you cant really, you can borrow it from someone who has it and download it for free if their willing to not charge you
  • Torrent sites like ISOHUNT http://www.scrape4.dreamhosters.com/Results/index.php?search=powerpoint&ft=basic&season=&episode=&rt=&sort=seed&rd=&fz=&pf= but that is completely illegal. Why not just get an opensource product that gives you most of the functions of MS OFFICE and is completely free and legal... OpenOffice. http://www.openoffice.org Thier PP product is called IMPRESS: IMPRESS is a truly outstanding tool for creating effective multimedia presentations. Your presentations will stand out with 2D and 3D clip art, special effects, animation, and high-impact drawing tools. Master Pages simplify the task of preparing your materials. A complete range of Views are supported: Drawing / Outline / Slides / Notes / Handouts to meet all the needs of presenters and audiences, plus an optional multi-pane view to put all the tools at your fingertips. IMPRESS has a complete range of easy-to-use drawing and diagramming tools to spice up your presentation. 'Park' your most commonly used drawing tools around your screen ready for single-click access. Slide show Animation and Effects bring your presentation to life. Fontworks provides stunning 2D and 3D images from text. Create lifelike 3D images with astounding speed and response. Save your presentations in OpenDocument format, the new international standard for office documents. This XML based format means you're not tied in to IMPRESS. You can access your presentations from any OpenDocument compliant software. Of course, you are free to use your old Microsoft PowerPoint presentations, or save your work in PowerPoint format for sending to people who are still locked into Microsoft products. Alternatively, use IMPRESS's built-in ability to create Flash (.swf) versions of your presentations.
  • From an illegal P2P transfer protocol. You know what I mean. Besides that, the legal way is to buy it. Microsoft offers a free trial download, but it will expire within a month I believe.
  • Definetly go to openoffice.org, its the same thing exept free with a diferent name.
  • By searching in google and you can easily download Microsoft PowerPoint
  • You can download powerpoint viewer for free from Microsoft's own site. But if you're looking to make, then Openoffice have a much better tool with "Impress". It has less of the newfangled crap that office 365 powerpoint has and more old fashioned "get the job done ASAP".

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