Unlike Word, PowerPoint does not provide a Track Changes reviewing option. If you would like to track changes in a presentation, you should have the reviewer review a working copy of the presentation and then compare the two presentations.
This feature works the same in all modern versions of Microsoft PowerPoint: 2010, 2013, and 2016.
It may be useful to set, in that copy, the reviewer's user name by selecting File > Options, and then on the General tab, under Personalize your copy of Microsoft Office, setting these options.
When the file has been reviewed:
You can reject a specific user's changes when comparing the two files.
To reject a user's changes:
As you are reviewing the changes to the document, you can also manage comments.
To manage comments:
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