Comparative links can be used to display the results from two separate slides on one slide. If a question is asked at the beginning of the presentation and then again towards the end, a comparative links slide will display the results from each question on the same slide.
Inserting a Comparative Link
Generally, the slides being compared should each have the same number of answers. The slide on which the comparison displays must come after the second slide being compared so that the results of those slides are available for display.
Before You Begin
A presentation must contain at least two Multiple Choice polling slides to set up a comparative link.
- Select an insertion point in the PowerPoint presentation for the comparative links slide.
- From the TurningPoint ribbon, click Tools and select Comparative Links.
The Add Comparative Link Slide window opens.
- Select the first slide you would like to compare from the drop-down menu.
- Select the second slide you would like to compare from the drop-down menu.
- Click OK.
The comparative links slide is inserted into the presentation.
To remove a comparative link, simply delete the slide.