Duplicating a Sway

Created: Friday, March 18, 2016, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 3:45 am



Sway is a fantastic tool to create presentations but let’s face the fact – no Sway file sits on your computer or backup device that you can revert to if you make a mistake! At other times, it is easy to get carried away with Sway’s Remix option where an action that resembles rolling the dice gets you immediate results – and you just go on playing with Remix! You may then long to go back to a state that was 25 Remixes ago, or you may not even remember how far you want to go back!

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