Microsoft PowerPoint for Tracking Changes Funcionality Add-on

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As in Microsoft Word "Track Changes" functionality, A development for an Add-on for tracking changes in Microsoft PowerPoint it is needed.

Currently Microsoft PowerPoint lacks of this functionality. PowerPoint has similar functionalities to track changes or compare between versions but not as in Word.

Previous experience in add-ons/ add-ins por Microsoft Office is Required.

Here I include a video link so you can review the functionality that Microsoft Word has: [url removed, login to view]

It is needed the same functionality as in the Track Changes functionality from Microsoft Word.

The original code is needed once development is finished.

To prevent users to share and copy the executable and installer file from one computer to other without paying, It is needed to generate one dll file in system 32 so when the user install it and once the file generate the micros, cannot be used again, so after that the user have to contact me if they need to use it again.

The developer would need experience and understand perfectly the Microsoft Word track changes functionality.

The selected experienced in add-ins or add-ons for Microsoft Office developer has to take a remote meeting where its is reviewed the full functionality for tracking changes, once the meeting is finished it is required that the developer sends a minute with the understanding.

It is required that the developer understands and speaks English or Spanish in an acceptable way.

Also it is required that the developer has a good and constant communication during the project.

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