Learn PowerPoint 2007: Password Protecting PowerPoint Presentations

Created: Thursday, June 25, 2009, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 8:34 am



PowerPoint 2007 offers two password choices. The first one is a Password to Open option that lets you type a password in the field, and the next time you or anybody else opens the file, PowerPoint will prompt to enter the password. The second is a Password to Modify option that lets you type a password in the field to make the presentation readable and visible, but not editable.

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