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Disable Save As & Edit with MS PowerPoint in IE

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I have used the Save As Web Page option in Powerpoint 2000

to post a presentation on a company Intranet. This views

OK in Internet Explorer but I would like to be able to

disable the Browser option to "Save As" and "Edit with MS

Powerpoint" to prevent people taking copies of the

Powerpoint presentation. Can this be done ?

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      You can do it with Java Scripting for IE. But, there are ways around =this also. -- <>Please post all follow-up questions/replies to the newsgroup<>

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      "Alan Weston" <aweston.powerpoint.questionfor.info.csc.com> wrote in message =news:00cf01c3577d$4e88e9f0$a301280a.powerpoint.questionfor.info.phx.gbl...

      I have used the Save As Web Page option in Powerpoint 2000 to post a presentation on a company Intranet. This views OK in Internet Explorer but I would like to be able to disable the Browser option to "Save As" and "Edit with MS Powerpoint" to prevent people taking copies of the Powerpoint presentation. Can this be done ?

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      You can do it with Java Scripting for IE. But, there are ways =around this also.

      -- Please post all follow-up questions/replies to =the newsgroupDo Provide The Version Of PowerPoint You Are Using Do Not Post Attachments In This Newsgroup = &=nbsp; Michael Koerner [MS PPT MVP]

      "Alan Weston" wrote in message news:00cf01c3577d$4e=88e9f0$a301280a.powerpoint.questionfor.info.phx.gbl...I have used the Save As Web Page option in Powerpoint 2000 to post a presentation on a company Intranet. This views OK in Internet =Explorer but I would like to be able to disable the Browser option to "Save As" and ="Edit with MS Powerpoint" to prevent people taking copies of the =Powerpoint presentation. Can this be done ?


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      #1; Tue, 27 May 2008 05:54:00 GMT
    • Michael

      I am not after a 100% fool proof way just need to stop the

      casual user making a copy (a business requirement). Any

      ideas where I can find more on how this is done with Java

      Scripting for IE ?

      Alan

      >--Original Message--

      >You can do it with Java Scripting for IE. But, there are

      ways around this also.

      >--

      ><>Please post all follow-up questions/replies to the

      newsgroup<>

      ><><><>Do Provide The Version Of PowerPoint You Are

      Using<><><>

      > <><><>Do Not Post Attachments In This Newsgroup<><><>

      > Michael Koerner [MS PPT MVP]

      >

      >"Alan Weston" <aweston.powerpoint.questionfor.info.csc.com> wrote in message

      news:00cf01c3577d$4e88e9f0$a301280a.powerpoint.questionfor.info.phx.gbl...

      >I have used the Save As Web Page option in Powerpoint

      2000

      >to post a presentation on a company Intranet. This views

      >OK in Internet Explorer but I would like to be able to

      >disable the Browser option to "Save As" and "Edit with MS

      >Powerpoint" to prevent people taking copies of the

      >Powerpoint presentation. Can this be done ?

      #2; Tue, 27 May 2008 05:55:00 GMT
    • > I am not after a 100% fool proof way just need to stop the

      > casual user making a copy (a business requirement).

      Making a copy or making an editable copy?

      Virtually anything you show me on the net can be copied one way or another.

      A PDF of the PPT could be secured moderately well against editing, though.

      #3; Tue, 27 May 2008 05:56:00 GMT
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      I just did a google search for "Disable Save As", and all kinds of =material popped up. Unless you have all kids of animations, I'd go along =with what Steve R recommended.

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      Michael Koerner [MS PPT MVP]

      "Alan Weston" <aweston2.powerpoint.questionfor.info.csc.com> wrote in message =news:099101c35831$1e988660$a601280a.powerpoint.questionfor.info.phx.gbl...

      Michael

      I am not after a 100% fool proof way just need to stop the casual user making a copy (a business requirement). Any ideas where I can find more on how this is done with Java Scripting for IE ?

      Alan

      >--Original Message--

      >You can do it with Java Scripting for IE. But, there are ways around this also. >-- ><>Please post all follow-up questions/replies to the newsgroup<>

      ><><><>Do Provide The Version Of PowerPoint You Are Using<><><>

      > <><><>Do Not Post Attachments In This Newsgroup<><><>

      > Michael Koerner [MS PPT MVP]

      >

      >"Alan Weston" <aweston.powerpoint.questionfor.info.csc.com> wrote in message news:00cf01c3577d$4e88e9f0$a301280a.powerpoint.questionfor.info.phx.gbl...

      >I have used the Save As Web Page option in Powerpoint 2000 >to post a presentation on a company Intranet. This views >OK in Internet Explorer but I would like to be able to >disable the Browser option to "Save As" and "Edit with MS >Powerpoint" to prevent people taking copies of the >Powerpoint presentation. Can this be done ?

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      I just did a google search for "Disable Save As", and all kinds of =material popped up. Unless you have all kids of animations, I'd go along =with what Steve R recommended.

      -- Please post all follow-up questions/replies to =the newsgroupDo Provide The Version Of PowerPoint You Are Using Do Not Post Attachments In This Newsgroup = &=nbsp; Michael Koerner [MS PPT MVP]

      "Alan Weston" wrote in =message news:099101c35831$1e=988660$a601280a.powerpoint.questionfor.info.phx.gbl...MichaelI am not after a 100% fool proof way just need to stop the casual user =making a copy (a business requirement). Any ideas where I can find more on =how this is done with Java Scripting for IE =?Alan>--Original Message-->You can do it with Java Scripting for IE. But, there =are ways around this also. >>-- >Please =post all follow-up questions/replies to the newsgroup>Do Provide The =Version Of PowerPoint You Are =Using> Do Not Post Attachments In This Newsgroup> &n=bsp; &nb=sp; Michael Koerner [MS PPT MVP]>>>"Alan Weston" wrote in message =news:00cf01c3577d$4e=88e9f0$a301280a.powerpoint.questionfor.info.phx.gbl...>I have used the Save As Web Page option in Powerpoint 2000 >to =post a presentation on a company Intranet. This views >OK in Internet =Explorer but I would like to be able to >disable the Browser option to ="Save As" and "Edit with MS >Powerpoint" to prevent people taking copies of =the >Powerpoint presentation. Can this be done ?


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      #4; Tue, 27 May 2008 05:57:00 GMT