Using Save As to make a copy
On the off chance that you need to spare an alternate form of an introduction while keeping the first, you can make a duplicate. For instance, on the off chance that you have a document named Client Presentation you could spare it as Client Presentation 2 so you’ll have the capacity to alter the new record and still allude back to the first form.
To do this, you’ll tap the Save As summon in Backstage view. Much the same as when sparing a document out of the blue, you’ll have to pick where to spare the record and give it another document name.
To change the default spare area:
On the off chance that you would prefer not to utilize OneDrive, you might be baffled that OneDrive is chosen as the default area when sparing. On the off chance that you locate this badly arranged, you can change the default spare area so This PC is chosen as a matter of course.
- Tap the File tab to get to Backstage view.
- Snap Options.
- The PowerPoint Options exchange box will show up. Select Save, check the case by Save to Computer as a matter of course, at that point click OK. The default spare area will be changed.
PowerPoint naturally spares your introductions to a transitory organizer while you are taking a shot at them. On the off chance that you neglect to spare your progressions or if PowerPoint crashes, you can reestablish the document utilizing AutoRecover.
To utilize AutoRecover:
- Open PowerPoint. In the event that autosaved variants of a record are discovered, the Document Recovery sheet will show up.
- Snap to open an accessible record. The introduction will be recuperated.
Of course, PowerPoint autosaves at regular intervals. In the event that you are altering an introduction for under 10 minutes, PowerPoint may not make an autosaved variant.
In the event that you don’t see the document you require, you can peruse all autosaved records from Backstage view. Simply select the File tab, click Manage Presentation, at that point pick Recover Unsaved Presentations.
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