Microsoft Power Point, or usually credited as Power Point, is a presentation program designed by the Microsoft and is a part of one of the many applications in MS Office. It runs on both Microsoft Windows and Apple’s Mac OS operating system. The Power Point application, with time, has become a very popular software program and is used all over the world, by business people, lecturers and professors in universities, trainers as well as students.
The MS Power Point presentations contains a number of ‘slides’ which are a very important feature of the program. They, in simple terms, are individual pages that contain a part of the overall presentation on a specific topic. These slides may consist of text, movies, graphics and other objects depending on their relevance, and they can be arranged freely on the slide. Using a template or slide master, Power point facilitates the use of a consistent style in a presentation. The presentation can be displayed live on a computer, printed, or navigated through at the command of the presenter. When the number of people attending the presentation is large, the computer display is often projected using a video projector. The types of movements that are included in the presentation are the transitions (movements between slides) that can be animated in anyway and custom animation (animating pictures to enter, exit or move).
The Power Point presentation does offer several advantages and facilities to its user for making an appealing presentation. Apart from these, it also has a feature wherein a password can be added to the presentation project to ensure that no one else can access or make any changes to the document. However, it must be noted that there is no safeguard facility by Microsoft to recover a password if it is lost or forgotten. So it is your responsibility to remember the password by storing it safely in a disc, a flash drive or a separate document such as MS Word or Notepad. Care must be taken to ensure that the location of the chosen password is accessible only by you.
Instructions to edit Password Recovery in Microsoft PowerPoint
Step 1: Open the Power Point application and go to the specific project which you want to work on.
Step 2: Go to the ‘Tools’ tab on the top left corner of the screen and click on it. From the drop down menu that appears, select the option that says ‘Options’.
Step 3: In the box that opens up, select the ‘Security’ tab.
Step 4: In the boxes that say ‘Password to Open’ or/and ‘Password to Modify’, highlight the asterisks that are the current password.
Step 5: Go ahead and delete the asterisks and click on ‘OK’ if you want to get rid of the password altogether.
Step 6: Now you need to rewrite the passwords by editing the password content and then click on ‘OK’.