Rethinking Powerpoint is a feature film that about one of the world’s most used, and misused software products. Powerpoint is on over 300 million computers worldwide, and estimates are more than 2 million presentations are given using the software each week. Despite the enormity of its user base, most presenters simply default to the typical template-driven, bullet point structure when preparing slides. Rethinking Powerpoint is a film focused on pointing out the problems with most presentations, and helping users of Powerpoint use the program to its full potential. · Go to Ron Galloway: Rethinking PowerPoint →