Microsoft PowerPoint’s advanced reviewing tools make it easy for everyone to collaborate at their convenience. This blog post is also available in PDF form as a TechRepublic download.If you’re part of a large organization, you may have access to a SharePoint Server Web site. If that’s the case, collaboration is simple. You publish a presentation and invite reviewers. The good news is that you don’t need SharePoint to collaborate on a presentation. PowerPoint has a few built-in features that simplify collaboration.Throughout this article, the term review refers to the entire process of making and managing collaborative comments.First, you have to decide how you’re going to distribute the presentation. The easiest way to get your presentation into reviewing hands is to put it on a server. The next best way is by e-mail. Regardless of your distribution method, the reviewing process is the same: The presentation’s author sends it out for review. Reviewers make changes or comments. The reviewers return the presentation to its author. The author merges the reviewed presentations, compares them, and saves the final presentation.The two preferred methods of sending a presentation for review are e-mail (Outlook) and posting a copy of the presentation to a server. To… Read full this story
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