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How do you freeze a PowerPoint slide?
To pause a presentation and display the current slide, press the F key (as in freeze). To resume the presentation, press the F key or spacebar. To pause the presentation and display a black screen, press the B key.
How do you create a protected PDF in PowerPoint?
To password protect an Office document, first open it in Word, Excel, PowerPoint, or Access. Click the File menu at the top-left corner of the screen. On the Info pane, click the Protect Document button and select Encrypt with Password.
How do I save a PowerPoint as a PDF with notes in Windows?
Open your PowerPoint presentation. Click 'File' > 'Print'. Via the 'Layout' section, click the dropdown. Choose 'Notes' instead of 'Slides'. Choose 'Save as PDF' and click 'Save'.
Can you lock things in PowerPoint?
With our PowerPoint Shape Locker function you can lock any object, shape or placeholder on a slide. 'Locking' the object prevents you (or others!) from accidentally moving it. This opens in a new window. You can also lock objects to your Master Slide layouts with the ShapeLocker feature for PowerPoint!
How do I make a PowerPoint presentation Uneditable?
Step 1: Open the document and then click on "File". Step 2: Click on "Info > Protect Document" and from then choose "Restrict Access" from the dropdown menu. This option will allow people to open and read the document but they will be unable to print, edit or copy any of the content on the presentation.
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