Track changes in Powerpoint
Thread poster: suesimons

suesimons  Identity Verified
Local time: 02:50
Portuguese to English
Aug 9, 2009

Does anyone know if it is possible to track changes (during proofreading) in a Powerpoint file? Thank you in advance.

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William [Bill] Gray  Identity Verified
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This link will help a little... Aug 9, 2009

Best wishes for a great day,

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suesimons  Identity Verified
Local time: 02:50
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Track changes in Powerpoint Aug 9, 2009

Many thanks, Bill, have just had a look at your site and the directions. It's not perfect, is it, but will have to do!! Tks again. Sue.

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P Forgas  Identity Verified
Local time: 23:50
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How to use tracked changes in PowerPoint files Aug 11, 2009

Go the main menu for PPT presentations > View > Toolbars and activate the options Reviewing & Revisions. You should be able to mark the changes made.


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Sergei Leshchinsky  Identity Verified
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a bit of dancing around the fire, but... Aug 11, 2009

1) Open two PPT files in TagEditor
2) Save them as TTX
3) Convert them to RTF using TTXEpress
4) Compare using standard Word feature
5) get highlighted differences

It really takes seconds!

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