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Performing the Review

What happens during the actual review depends on a number of things: the methodology the original author communicated to the reviewers, the amount of change required, the type of review (quick glance versus detailed content analysis), and the preferences of the individual reviewer.

In PowerPoint, reviewers can either make changes to the presentation itself or add comments about individual slides in the presentation. If a reviewer revises the actual presentation, the original author will be able to use the Revisions pane to determine what changes were made. If the reviewer uses comments, these will be readily visible in yellow boxes on the screen. When a reviewer changes the actual content of a presentation, PowerPoint tracks these changes. Table 7.1 lists the types of changes PowerPoint tracks, in addition to the actual text itself.


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