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    Default Power Point - Similiar Function as MS Word Track Changes?

    Guys I know thereīs no track changes in ppt, but I knew a quick way to highlight the changes...itīs just that I canīt remember now...

    Iīm not talking about inserting comments

    do you know what Iīm talking about?

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    Default Re: Power Point - Similiar Function as MS Word Track Changes?

    i have no idea ....

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    Question Re: Power Point - Similiar Function as MS Word Track Changes?

    Hi! I think this might be of help: http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/po...844741033.aspx

    Is this the tool you were talking about?

    I hope so...

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    Default Re: Power Point - Similiar Function as MS Word Track Changes?

    thanks Guadalupe!

    not really, but Iīll check this option and let you know, thanks

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    Default Re: Power Point - Similiar Function as MS Word Track Changes?

    Ohh, I'm sorry then! I hope you can find the other tool. Perhaps someone else who may know... ?

    I'm curious about this now! Seems wonderful!
    Guadalupe

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    Default Re: Power Point - Similiar Function as MS Word Track Changes?

    there's a "compare" tool. Keep your original PPT file, make a copy and make the changes normally. Then go to "tools > compare", select the original file to compare your current one against it, and all the changes will be highlighted.

    Hope it works.

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