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    Default Re: Track changes en Power Point?

    Copio lo que encontré en la página de soporte de Microsoft

    PowerPoint doesn’t have a Track Changes feature like the one in Word, but you can receive comments and feedback from reviewers by first saving your presentation to your computer, and then posting a second copy to a shared location such as OneDrive or SharePoint. You can ask people to make changes and add comments to the shared copy. Once they are done, compare and merge the shared copy with the original saved on your computer.

    https://support.office.com/en-us/art...5-cf418f03c279

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    Default Re: Track changes en Power Point?

    Quote Originally Posted by santiagop View Post
    Copio lo que encontré en la página de soporte de Microsoft

    PowerPoint doesn’t have a Track Changes feature like the one in Word, but you can receive comments and feedback from reviewers by first saving your presentation to your computer, and then posting a second copy to a shared location such as OneDrive or SharePoint. You can ask people to make changes and add comments to the shared copy. Once they are done, compare and merge the shared copy with the original saved on your computer.

    https://support.office.com/en-us/art...5-cf418f03c279
    Uff, no suena para nada amigable :/

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    Default Re: Track changes en Power Point?

    Sí, bueno. Los muchachos de Microsoft siempre se las ingenian para hacer difícil lo sencillo.

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    Default Re: Track changes en Power Point?

    Quote Originally Posted by francot View Post
    Uff, no suena para nada amigable :/
    Es cualquiera la op. que te dan los de Microsoft. La realidad es que no tiene esa op. como el word. Una pena.

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