Security Features in PowerPoint
Security in PowerPoint Presentations
Security in PowerPoint is a concern when your presentation contains sensitive or confidential information. Below are some of the methods to secure your presentations to avoid tampering with information or theft of your ideas. However, security in PowerPoint is certainly far from perfect.
Secure PowerPoint Slides by Saving as Graphic Images
One way to secure your PowerPoint slides from being modified is to save the slides as graphic images.
Password Protection in PowerPoint 2007
Protect your PowerPoint 2007 presentations with passwords. Keep others from changing or seeing sensitive PowerPoint presentations. Great option for those presentations at work that need to be secure.
Use the Mark as Final Feature in PowerPoint 2007
Use the Mark as Final feature in PowerPoint 2007 to indicate that this presentation is complete and is now has read only status.
Encrypt a PowerPoint Presentation
Encrypt a PowerPoint presentation for added security of its contents.
Security Flaws in PowerPoint
Security is not a strong suit of PowerPoint. Even though you have encrypted your presentation by adding passwords, your data may still be vulnerable to theft.
Password Protection in PowerPoint 2003
Protect your PowerPoint presentations with passwords. Keep others from changing or seeing sensitive PowerPoint presentations. Great option for those presentations at work that need to be secure.