Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Before distributing a presentation, you will want to remove the identifying and
tracking properties that were attached by PowerPoint while the presentation was being
developed. These properties include information such as the author’s name, the title, and
when the file was created and updated. You might also have attached other properties,
such as keywords.
To ensure that all properties are removed, you can use the Document Inspector feature,
which can also lag and remove items such as comments, notes, and other content that
you might not want to distribute.
Many organizations choose to or must comply with international accessibility standards
that are designed to ensure that information in computer-based communications can be
accurately interpreted by devices such as screen readers. The Accessibility Checker
provides information about presentation elements that might not be correctly interpreted.