Collaborating simultaneously with others


show more Collaborating simultaneously with others provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by David Diskin as part of the PowerPoint 2010 New Features show less
please wait ...

Collaborating simultaneously with others

A new version of Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 has the ability to collaborate with others in real time. Through the use of SharePoint server, we can save and open documents, and if two people are working on the same file at the same time, we'll be able to see those changes real time as they happen. Here, as I work on our Tale of Two Trees presentation, you can see in the lower left corner that at least two other people are working on the file. If I click on the button, I'll see myself and Simon, who is currently helping me. Simon has already made changes. In fact, if I look at this icon here, I can see that Simon is currently editing this slide.

I can't see his changes yet, but in the lower right-hand corner in the Status bar, I see that updates are currently available. If I click Save and then hit OK, I will see the changes that Simon has made. It looks like he has also made a few changes to slide number 3. Every time that I make changes, those changes are sent back to the SharePo...

Collaborating simultaneously with others
Video duration: 1m 39s 1h 7m Appropriate for all

Viewers:

Collaborating simultaneously with others provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by David Diskin as part of the PowerPoint 2010 New Features

Subject:
Business
Software:
PowerPoint
Author:
please wait ...