|Minimum RAM||64 MB|
|Minimum processor||Pentium - 233 MHz|
|Compatible operating systems||Microsoft Windows 2000 Service Pack 3, Microsoft Windows XP|
Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2003 includes new tools to help you create, present, and collaborate on presentations that have more impact. Now it's easier to collaborate on compelling presentations and share them with others. Use PowerPoint 2003 to create exciting slide shows with graphics, animations, and multimedia - and make them easier to present.Save PowerPoint 2003 presentations to shared workspaces where other team members can get the latest version and check the presentations in or out. With shared workspaces you can save task lists, related files, links, and lists of members working on a project. Shared workspaces require Microsoft Windows Server 2003 running Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services. Create a Document Workspace by using the Shared Attachment option when attaching your presentation in a Microsoft Office Outlook 2003 e-mail message. Your team can then use a task pane in the presentation to collaborate on and review the presentation. Document workspaces require Windows Server 2003 running Windows SharePoint Services. Protect your company assets by preventing recipients from forwarding, copying, or printing important presentations by using information rights management (IRM) functionality. You can specify an expiration date for a presentation, after which it cannot be viewed or changed. IRM functionality requires Windows Server 2003 running Microsoft Windows Rights Management Services (RMS). PowerPoint 2003 Package for CD makes it easy to create all the files you need to burn your presentation to a CD and give it to customers. The presentation automatically launches in Slide Show mode when the recipient inserts the CD into their CD drive. Have more people see your work. An improved PowerPoint Viewer enables people without PowerPoint installed on their computers to view your presentations. Authors of the PowerPoint presentation can choose to include the viewer for the recipient when saving the presentation to a CD.