One way to check a PowerPoint for plagiarism is to open it, click on "File," and then on "Properties" and "Details." This way, you can get the following information:
- the owner or author of the original that created the document;
- when the presentation was designed and edited.
It is possible to find out if a student downloaded a presentation from the Internet and pretended it was his own. But one cannot use this method to detect the plagiarism of more cunning students or accidental copying. For instance, when a student unintentionally used a text in the presentation that corresponds to the words of another author.
Using a reliable and accurate tool to check for plagiarism would be best. The Skandy checker performs a deep scan of all file formats, including .ppt. If the presentation is in pdf format, Skandy will also be able to check PDF for plagiarism
The plagiarism checker for PowerPoint
is based on the Sibilus 8-step engine. Its algorithms analyze billions of pages in open access Internet and databases. The scanning is quick: just a few minutes later, it becomes clear whether the PowerPoint presentation is plagiarized or not.
Skandy provides a detailed report of the matches and shows the sources from which the text was plagiarized. Another advantage of Skandy is that it can even recognize rephrased texts. The check and report results will allow you to improve your work to 100% originality.
Our tool to check a PowerPoint presentation for plagiarism is helpful for everyone working with .ppt files, including:
- pupils, students, scholars;
- scientific staff;
- company specialists;
- journalists, writers.
Over 500,000 schools, colleges, and universities trust Skandy. If a student presents the results of this checker, they will never be accused of intentional or unintentional plagiarism. Using Skandy will prevent anxiety and keep your grades and reputation high.