Learn PowerPoint 2010: Encrypt with Password

Created: Monday, September 6, 2010, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 6:03 am



If you share your PowerPoint presentations with other people, you may want to protect or lock your content so that the slides may only be viewed, and not edited. Or perhaps you want to provide editing control only with a password. PowerPoint 2010 provides an Encrypt with Password option to protect your presentation. However let us ponder about why anyone would need to password protect their PowerPoint presentations? There are many reasons, and here are two of them.

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