Learn PowerPoint 2010: Opening WRM Protected Files

Created: Thursday, February 23, 2012, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 3:45 am

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In previous tutorials you have learned to sign up for Windows Rights Management (WRM), use WRM to set permissions for other users, and how you can set advanced WRM permissions. However, these scenarios only work for those who create and distribute WRM protected files — how you use WRM if you are a recipient of a protected file is something that we will explore in this tutorial. You will learn how to open a WRM protected file as a permitted user.

Learn how to open Windows Rights Management protected files in PowerPoint 2010.

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