If you want to give feedback or get context for slide content, working with comments is a great tool to use. Learn how to add comments, view comments from others, and respond to comments.
- [Instructor] While working on slides,…especially slides that have been shared…with fellow colleagues, there may be a time…that you need to make a notation of something,…something on a particular slide,…ask a question around some of the content,…indicate if there's updates that have been made to slides.…Now, in one of the movies in this course,…we took a look at notes, and while notes are great…for having those bits of information that will help you…in delivering the presentation,…we're going to work with comments.…Comments are intended to be those captions…to call attention to or collaborate and communicate…around a presentation as it's going from draft…to its final stage.…
We have the Globe Bank International Quarterly Update…slides in view, let's take a look and see…if there are some comments that have already been made…in some of these slides.…So with our navigation here on the left,…let's move from slide one to slide two.…There is a little indicator that will appear on the slide…that lets you know if a comment has been made…
- Explain how creating a presentation differs between One Drive and desktop PowerPoint.
- Recall how to add a hyperlink to a slide.
- Recognize the two options for inserting videos into presentations.
- Describe the features of a theme in PowerPoint.
- Summarize how to print a presentation with space for note-taking.
- Identify the purpose of the Tell Me feature.