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'''মাইক্রোসফট পাওয়ারপয়েন্ট''' [[মাইক্রোসফট|মাইক্রোসফটের]] তৈরি একটি স্লাইড শো [[উপস্থাপনা]] প্রোগ্রাম। [[মাইক্রোসফট অফিস]] স্যুটের অংশ হিসাবে এটি চালু হয় ২২ মে, ১৯৯০।
 
==ইতিহাস==
==History==
ডেনিশ অস্টিন ও থমাস রুডকিন মাকিন্টোশ পিসির জন্য প্রথম একটি [[উপস্থাপনা]] প্রোগ্রাম তৈরি করেন,<ref>{{cite web|last1=Austin|first1=Dennis|title=Beginning of PowerPoint: A Personal Technical Story|url=http://www.computerhistory.org/collections/catalog/102745695|accessdate=23 August 2014}}</ref> ফরথট ইঙ্ক কম্পানির হয়ে।<ref>{{cite journal|last=Gaskins|first=Robert|date=14 August 1984|title=Sample Product Proposal: presentation graphics for overhead projection|url=http://www.gbuwizards.com/files/gaskins-original-powerpoint-proposal-14-aug-1984.pdf|accessdate=19 August 2009}}</ref> ১৯৮৭ সালে ট্রেডমার্কজনিত কারণে এর পুনঃনামকরন করা হয় ''পাওয়ারপয়েন্ট'', নামটির ধারনা দেন রবার্ট গাস্কিন্স<ref>{{cite news |url=http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/magazine/8207849.stm |title=The problem with PowerPoint |last=Atkinson |first=Max |date=19 August 2009 |publisher=BBC News }}</ref> একই বছরের আগস্ট মাসে [[মাইক্রোসফট]] এটি ১৪ মিলিয়ন ডলারে কিনে নেয়। (বর্তমান বাজারমুল্যে ২৯.১ মিলিয়ন ডলার), এবং মাইক্রোসফটের প্রথম গ্রাফিকাল ব্যবসায়ী ইউনিট যাত্রা শুরু করে এবং সফটওয়্যারটির আরও উন্নতি শাধন করে। ২২ মে ১৯৯০, পাওয়ারপয়েন্ট আনুষ্ঠানিক যাত্রা শুরু করে, একই দিনে মাইক্রোসফট [[উইন্ডোজ ৩.০]] মুক্তি দেয়।
<!-- Deleted image removed: [[File:Power Point 3.0 running on Windows 3.1.GIF| thumb | Power Point 3.0 running on Windows 3.1]] -->
Originally designed for the [[Apple Macintosh|Macintosh]] computer, the initial release was called "Presenter", developed by Dennis Austin and Thomas Rudkin<ref>{{cite web|last1=Austin|first1=Dennis|title=Beginning of PowerPoint: A Personal Technical Story|url=http://www.computerhistory.org/collections/catalog/102745695|accessdate=23 August 2014}}</ref> of [[Forethought, Inc.]]<ref>{{cite journal|last=Gaskins|first=Robert|date=14 August 1984|title=Sample Product Proposal: presentation graphics for overhead projection|url=http://www.gbuwizards.com/files/gaskins-original-powerpoint-proposal-14-aug-1984.pdf|accessdate=19 August 2009}}</ref> In 1987, it was renamed to "PowerPoint" due to problems with trademarks, the idea for the name coming from Robert Gaskins.<ref>{{cite news
|url=http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/magazine/8207849.stm
|title=The problem with PowerPoint
|last=Atkinson
|first=Max
|date=19 August 2009
|publisher=BBC News
}}</ref> In August of the same year, Forethought was bought by Microsoft for $14 million USD (${{Formatprice|{{Inflation|US|14000000|1987}}}} in present-day terms{{Inflation-fn|US}}), and became Microsoft's Graphics Business Unit, which continued to develop the software further. PowerPoint was officially launched on May 22, 1990, the same day that Microsoft released Windows 3.0.
 
PowerPoint introduced many new changes with the release of PowerPoint 97. Prior to PowerPoint 97, presentations were linear, always proceeding from one slide to the next. PowerPoint 97 incorporated the [[Visual Basic for Applications]] (VBA) language, underlying all macro generation in Office 97, which allowed users to invoke pre-defined transitions and effects in a non-linear movie-like style without having to learn programming.
 
PowerPoint 2000 (and the rest of the [[Microsoft Office 2000|Office 2000]] suite) introduced a clipboard that could hold multiple objects at once. Another change was that the Office Assistant was changed to be less intrusive.<ref>{{cite paper|last=Swartz|first=Luke|date=12 June 2003|url=http://xenon.stanford.edu/~lswartz/paperclip/ |title=Why People Hate the Paperclip}}</ref>
 
PowerPoint 2002 massively overhauled the animation engine, allowing users to create more advanced and custom animations.<ref>{{cite paper|url=http://skp.mvps.org/ppttimeline1.htm |title=Timeline – The animation engine in PowerPoint}}</ref>
 
{{as of|2012}}, various versions of PowerPoint claim ~95% of the presentation software market share, with installations on at least 1 billion computers. Among presenters world-wide, this program is used at an estimated frequency of 350 times per second.<ref name=businessweek20120830>{{Citation |first=Bob |last=Parks |publication-date=2012-08-30 |title=Death to PowerPoint! |periodical=[[Bloomberg Businessweek]] |at=businessweek.com |url=http://www.businessweek.com/articles/2012-08-30/death-to-powerpoint |accessdate=6 September 2012 }}</ref>
 
==Operation==
PowerPoint presentations consist of a number of individual pages or "slides". The "slide" analogy is a reference to the [[slide projector]]. A better analogy would be the "foils" (or transparencies/plastic sheets) that are shown with an [[overhead projector]], although they are in decline now.
Slides may contain text, graphics, sound, movies, and other objects, which may be arranged freely. <!--something is missing in this sentence- PowerPoint, howevere of a consistent style in a presentation using a template or "Slide Master". -->
The presentation can be printed, displayed live on a computer, or navigated through at the command of the presenter. For larger audiences the computer display is often projected using a [[video projector]]. Slides can also form the basis of [[webcasts]].
 
==অপারেশন==
পাওয়ারপয়েন্ট অনেকগুলো ভিন্ন ভিন্ন পাতা/ স্লাইড-কে একসাথে উপস্থাপন করে।
 
==তথ্যসূত্র==
 
==বহিঃসংযোগ==
{{wikibooks|Microsoft Office/Creating and Editing a Presentation}}
; Microsoft
* {{Official website|http://office.microsoft.com/PowerPoint}}
* [http://blogs.msdn.com/powerpoint/ PowerPoint team blog] at [[MSDN Blogs]]
* [http://www.microsoft.com/download/details.aspx?id=5829 Office 2010 product guide]
* [http://www.microsoft.com/download/details.aspx?id=13 PowerPoint Viewer]
* [http://www.microsoft.com/mousemischief Microsoft Mouse Mischief]—a PowerPoint add-in
 
;Third-party
* {{dmoz|Computers/Software/Presentation/Microsoft_PowerPoint}}
* [http://www.robertgaskins.com/ Robert Gaskins's website], one of the PowerPoint developers
* [http://www.pptsearchengine.net/ PPT Search Engine]
 
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