Following GIF expresses my love for Steve Carell and working with Powerpoint:
But seriously, if you have a general powerpoint issue, a question; maybe concerning video implementation in powerpoint, or a not working animation, a wrong working animation, or a template that you are not sure how to use, or do you simply need to know in which version of powerpoint you are working?
GIMME A CALL.
Unlike most designers I know, I really like working with Microsoft and especially Powerpoint. It might look like a dumbass program in the first place, but diving deeper into this program makes you think in it's on ways and lets you develop workarounds for different demands.
Powerpoint is a presentation tool that is easy to use when understanding it, also really cool when you are able to code in visual basic, which I am only able to do in very basic, but enough to be developing a presentation that looked like a programmed app for Vaillant on a big ass fair.
Admittedly, it's animation possibilities are fairly limited – unless you want something to look like it is hopping like a badly thrown basket ball – when you know keynote or even After Effects. But let's face it: it is THE standard program and therefore the most common to use tool of companies around the world.
And then, there's me, who will gladly pick up on your just started presentation, or your nearly done presentation that just needs to have a few animated slides that will convince your client or boss that you have actually spend hours or even weeks to finish your brilliant piece of work.