Linking PowerPoint and OneNote
PowerPoint supports linked OneNote notes (as in the example in Figure 1), providing a convenient mechanism for capturing personal or shared notes on PowerPoint slide content. This option can be especially useful because PowerPoint lacks the full set of collaborative reviewing tools included with Microsoft Word.
It’s also useful to insert PowerPoint files into OneNote pages, in order to facilitate collaborative content creation and review based on PowerPoint slides. Many people currently use PowerPoint file attachments to e-mail messages to facilitate collaboration via PowerPoint files, an approach that’s far less effective because it results in individuals having copies of the PowerPoint file in their e-mail inbox, and makes it more difficult to consolidate comments from multiple reviewers.