Hold one another and be held accountable. Receive social support and encouragement to take risks. Develop new approaches to resolving differences. Establish a shared identity with other group members.
Upload files to OneDrive Sign in to OneDrive and upload your files, so you can update and share them from anywhere. With Microsoft Edge or Google Chrome: Select the file How to work within the supporting files you want to upload.
For information about uploading files to SharePoint, see Upload files to a library. The server keeps a central copy of the presentation and records edits from multiple authors. You and your co-authors can see who is editing the presentation and where in the document they are working, and their changes get merged into your presentation.
Earlier versions of PowerPoint do not have co-authoring features. To take advantage of this new feature, all co-authors must have PowerPoint installed on their computers. Co-author a presentation In PowerPointopen the presentation that is stored on the server.
The notification tells you how many people are currently working on the presentation. Click that number to see the names of the co-authors. On the View tab, in the Presentation Views group, click Normal to view your presentation in Normal view.
In the left pane that contains the Outline and Slides tabs, on the Slides tab, look for a small icon on the lower-right corner of the slide thumbnail. That indicates that a co-author is making changes to that slide. Click the icon to see the name of the co-author.
Another way to see the names of the co-authors of the presentation is to click the File tab, and then click Info on the left side of the screen. The names of the co-authors appear in the middle pane. To send an e-mail message or instant message to your co-authors, click Send a Message, and then click Send an E-mail Message or Send an Instant Message.
When another author saves their changes, PowerPoint notifies you, the original author of the presentation, that changes were made. On the pane that contains the Outline and Slides tabs, on the Slides tab, an icon appears in the lower-right corner of the slide thumbnail that was changed.
Top of Page Review changes that were made by other authors To see whether other authors have changed your presentation, click the File tab and then click Info. Then, to see the changes that other authors made, click Review Changes.
When you click Review Changes, the Merge tab appears on the ribbon and a Revisions pane appears on the right side of the PowerPoint window. The Revisions pane contains a Slides tab that lists the slides that other authors changed, and a Details tab that lists the changes to the currently displayed slide.
On the Merge tab, you can use the buttons in the Resolutions group to show next and previous changes that were made by other authors, and accept or reject those changes. To exit Merge view, click Close Merge View. While in Merge view, you cannot merge in new updates from other authors or upload changes to the server.
You must complete your review by clicking Close Merge View, which then automatically uploads your changes to the server. If so, do this: Click the File tab.
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