How to Password Protect Microsoft PowerPoint 2003
Microsoft 2003 PowerPoint supports two levels of presentation file protection. The user who creates a presentation has read/write permission to a presentation and controls the protection level. How to Password Protect Microsoft PowerPoint 2003? By following these tutorials and get to know how to Password Protect Microsoft PowerPoint 2003.
Password Protect Microsoft PowerPoint 2003 by only five steps:
Step 1: First open the document you want to protect or encrypt. Select the "Tools" menu item, then click the "Options…" item.
Step 2: Click on the "Security" tab.
The "Security" tab shows different file security settings:
1. Password to open: if you want to control who can view the content enter a password here.
2. Password to modify: If you want to control who can modify a document enter a password here. Be suer it's different from your "Password to Open".
If you want to use higher level of encryption algorithms, click "Advanced" button, choose an encryption setting type you want in the list, and then Click "OK" button.
Please note: It’s very important to use higher level of encryption algorithms. The default encryption algorithms is "RC4, Microsoft Base Cryptographic Provider v1.0". This algorithm has been unsafe. There are powerpoint password recovery tool available that can instantly recover your passwords in seconds.
Step 3: In the "Password to open" or "Password to modify" box, type a password, and then Click "OK" button.
Step 4: In the "Confirm Password" dialog, type the password again. Click "OK" button.
Step 5: Select the "File" menu item, then click the "Save" item.
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