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Chapter 7. Collaborating on Presentation... > Defining Ways to Collaborate in Powe...

Defining Ways to Collaborate in PowerPoint

Being able to get feedback easily on a presentation you've created or work collaboratively with a group of people on a presentation is important for many organizations. PowerPoint 2002 offers new collaborative features that make tracking, reviewing, and merging changes among multiple reviewers an easier task.

There are two ways to handle the physical process of sending and receiving reviews: with Microsoft Outlook and without Microsoft Outlook (for example, using another e-mail program, a network server, or disks). If you use Outlook, you can take advantage of special features that make collaborative reviewing easier, particularly if you want to monitor the feedback of multiple reviewers. But you can also review without using Outlook, especially if you don't really need its added functionality.


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