powerpoint question

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  1. danrusdad

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    I'm about to start work on a PPT presentation that I intend to distribute for free. My question is: after I copy it to disk, how do you "lock" the presentation so no one can change it? I don't want somebody changing my stuff and then accusing me of something I didnt write!

    Any help would be appreciated!
     
  2. Greg Linscott

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    On PowerPoint 2003, go to "Tools" -&gt; "Options" then click the "Security" tab. You may then password-protect your work.
     
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    Cool, thanks!

    Thought of another one: I've seen PPT presentations distributed that will "autorun" when you load them up. Any idea how this is done?
     
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    When you save the file, on the "type" choose the PowerPoint Show (.pps) option.
     

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