Do you fear that your Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 presentation could be accessed and viewed by any other user? Well, you have no reason to worry about the privacy of your Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 presentation. Fortunately, there are ways you can protect your Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 presentation from being viewed like any other Microsoft Office documents.

Microsoft Office enables its users to protect Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 presentation by settings privacy settings, setting password or encrypting the documents for preventing users from viewing the presentation. Are you looking for easy and quick tips to protect your Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 presentation from being viewed by anyone on a Windows Vista-based computer? In case you do then, follow these steps to protect Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 presentation from being viewed by anyone on a Windows 7-based computer.

  1. Click on the “File” Tab.
  2. In the “Info” option, click on “Protect Presentation” to open the list
  3. Click on “Encrypt with Password.” Doing this will open a request for you to enter a password.
  4. Type a password in the box and click “OK.” Your password can be up to 255 characters.
  5. Re-enter the password when asked and click “OK.”
  6. Save your presentation.