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Chapter 11. Reviewing and Sharing a Pres... > Comparing and Merging Presentations

Comparing and Merging Presentations

You can compare presentations to graphically indicate changes between different versions of a document. The changes can be merged into one document or viewed for comparison. For example, you can compare a newer version of a document with an older one to view the differences. When you compare or merge documents, the text that differs between the two versions will be highlighted in a different color or with track reviewing marks. When multiple people are involved in the editing and preparation of a presentation, the Track Changes feature will note who made any particular correction and save a record of all such changes for everyone who works on the presentation later. Each change can be either accepted or rejected by the person who has authority over the final form of the presentation. If you compare and merge two presentations, you can review the changes and accept or reject the results.


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