Learn PowerPoint 2010: Enable Trusted Certificates

Created: Thursday, March 8, 2012, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 3:45 am

Now that you know how you can create a self-signed digital certificate outside PowerPoint, you will soon discover that these certificates are not trusted. This means that you can send these non-trusted certificates only to known people who are confident that the sender is the actual originator (or author) of the document. However, you can provide the recipients a certain level of confidence by converting these to trusted certificates. In this tutorial you’ll learn to stamp a self-signed certificate as trusted within PowerPoint.

Learn how to enable trusted certificates in PowerPoint 2010.

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