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Protecting My Upload

Discussion in 'TES Authors' Group' started by happymathematician, Aug 15, 2018.

  1. happymathematician

    happymathematician New commenter

    So I'm new to this and I hope I'm not just repeating someone else's thread.
    I upload worksheets and to protect them from being copied I use the PDF format but how can you protect Powerpoint presentations from being ripped off ??
  2. elder_cat

    elder_cat Established commenter

    In response to a similar request the other day ...... "Sharing powerpoint presentations on TES"

  3. TheGingerTeacher

    TheGingerTeacher Established commenter Forum guide and community helper

    You can save power points as pictures and reinsert them. It is the easiest way for me.
  4. happymathematician

    happymathematician New commenter

    Thanks for those
    Mark as Final Version does not restrict editing so is pretty pointless
    Password encryption stops anyone opening the presentation at all - I just need to restrict the file to read only but don't know how to do that !
  5. TheGingerTeacher

    TheGingerTeacher Established commenter Forum guide and community helper

    Reinserting the slides as pictures allows for this. Once your presenation is created save it as a png file. open up a new Powerpoint presentation and insert one slide per picture your presentations will be flattened.

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