Merging and comparing presentations


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Merging and comparing presentations

PowerPoint 2010 offers a feature that's been available to us in Word and Excel for quite awhile, the ability to merge other documents in so we can see changes that others have made to our original file. For example, I've created our New Employee Orientation file that we see here. I've also sent it out to others in my department for their review, changes, and critique. One of those files has come back, and I've saved it in our Assets folder as New Employee Orientation with Modifications. I want to see their suggestions, merging it in with my original file, and have the option to approve and reject the changes that they're suggesting.

To do that from my original file, I'll go ahead and choose the Review tab, and then click on Compare. PowerPoint will ask me to find the file that I want to merge into my current presentation. So I'll switch back to my Assets folder, find the New Employee Orientation with Modifications; this is the file that was sent to me with their...

Merging and comparing presentations
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Merging and comparing presentations provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by David Diskin as part of the PowerPoint 2010 New Features

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Business
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