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Chapter 7. Finalizing a Presentation and... > Documenting Presentation Properties

Documenting Presentation Properties

You can get feedback on your presentation before you present it by using PowerPoint's File Properties feature. PowerPoint allows you to document your presentation by entering information about the presentation and describing its contents so your feedback team has all the information it needs to evaluate it. You can also create custom file properties to help you manage and track files. If you associate a file property to an item in the document, the file property updates when you change the item. When you enter information for a property, you can use the Search command on the Tools menu in the Open dialog box or the Advanced File Search task pane to find a presentation with the desired property.

Display and Enter Presentation Properties

Click the File menu, and then click Properties.

Click the tabs (General, Summary, Statistics, or Contents) to view and add information:

  • General. To find out file location or size.

  • Summary. To add title and author information for the presentation.

  • Statistics. To display the number of slides, paragraphs, words and other details about the presentation.

  • Contents. To display slide titles and information about fonts and design templates used in the presentation.

Click OK.


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