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Powerpoint should have a "track changes" functionality.

Discussion in 'Information Technology' started by powerpoint, track changes, Jul 28, 2006.

  1. powerpoint, track changes

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    Powerpoint should have the same functionality as Word where it is possible to
    write in commentt in revision modus, so that the "editor" receiving this can
    accept or reject the proposed changes

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  3. Joseph Meehan

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    powerpoint, track changes wrote:
    > Powerpoint should have the same functionality as Word where it is
    > possible to write in commentt in revision modus, so that the "editor"
    > receiving this can accept or reject the proposed changes
    >


    Frankly I think the tracking changes function is far less important in
    PowerPoint but it might not be a bad idea. However:

    Sorry. This is a newsgroup dedicated to questions about Access, the
    database program in Office Professional. It appears your question may not
    be related to these subjects. The Microsoft help system is not all that
    clear and may have misdirected you here.

    It is best to ask your questions in a newsgroup dedicated to the
    subject of your question. You should find people better able to address
    your problem there.
    http://tc2.atspace.com/0013-HowToSearch.htm#FindNewsgroup may help.


    Note: It is always best to indicate the name and version of any
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    Joseph Meehan

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