Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Sharing Your Presentation File on a LAN
The Reject button works only after a change has been accepted. To reject the change,
accept it and then choose Review
Compare
Reject.
To accept all the changes on the current slide, click the arrow under the Accept button to
display its menu, and then choose Accept All Changes to This Slide. You can do the same
thing with the Reject button to reject all changes to the current slide.
To accept all the changes to the entire presentation, click that same arrow and choose
Accept All Changes to the Presentation. Again, you can do the same thing with the Reject
button to reject all changes to the presentation.
Use the Previous and Next buttons in the Compare group of the Review tab to move
between changes. (Don’t confuse these with the Previous and Next buttons in the
Comments group, which are for comments only.) When you are fi nished, choose
Review
End Review. Any unaccepted changes will be discarded, so do not end
the review until you are fi nished reviewing each change.
Compare
Sharing Your Presentation File on a LAN
If your PC is on a network, you can share a presentation fi le with others by placing it in a
location that other network users can access. You can save it to a centrally accessible net-
work drive, such as a fi le server, or you can make a folder on your own hard disk network
accessible.
Saving to a Network Drive
To save to a network drive that others also have access to, navigate to that location in the
Save As dialog box. Start by choosing Network in the navigation pane at the left side of the
Save As dialog box and then browse to the desired location.
Sharing a Folder on the Network
You can also make your own hard disk’s folders available for others to access on your
network. The process of doing that depends on the version of Windows you have and on
whether or not you are using a HomeGroup (a special type of peer-to-peer workgroup spe-
cifi cally for Windows 7 and 8 computers).
Folder Sharing with a HomeGroup
A HomeGroup is a small network for situations where there is no fi le server, as in a home.
If all the PCs in your network use Windows 7 or 8, you can use a HomeGroup to share fi les,
folders, and printers.
If you have a HomeGroup set up, follow these steps to share a folder on it:
1. Open a File Explorer window in Windows 8 or a Windows Explorer window in
Windows 7 and locate the folder you want to share.
 
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