Home | RSS -- Categories Index

Security

By:

Date Created: February 6, 2012
Last Updated: February 6, 2012






PowerPoint and Presenting Blog

12/07/2016 12:36 AM

Learn PowerPoint 2010: Remove Digital Signatures

When your PowerPoint presentation is digitally signed and shared, it helps to validate your identity. However, at times you may want to remove a digital signature attached to your PowerPoint presentation for several reasons -- you may want it to be signed by someone else, or maybe there's no need to for a particular presentation to be signed any more. A digital signature can be easily removed


12/07/2016 12:36 AM

Learn PowerPoint 2010: Removing Certificates in Internet Explorer

In a previous tutorial, you learned how you can create a self-signed digital certificate outside PowerPoint, and then mark this as a trusted certificate. This way you can create multiple trusted or non trusted certificates, and use them within PowerPoint or even other Microsoft Office applications. Although these certificates can be used in PowerPoint, you cannot remove these certificates from


12/07/2016 12:36 AM

Learn PowerPoint 2010: Enable Trusted Certificates

Now that you know how you can create a self-signed digital certificate outside PowerPoint, you will soon discover that these certificates are not trusted. This means that you can send these non-trusted certificates only to known people who are confident that the sender is the actual originator (or author) of the document. However, you can provide the recipients a certain level of confidence by


12/07/2016 12:36 AM

Learn PowerPoint 2010: Creating Digital Certificates Outside PowerPoint

We have already explored how you can create a basic digital signature right within PowerPoint 2010 -- and how you can sign your presentation. Each signature is contained inside a digital certificate. Digital certificates, also known as digital IDs can either be self-signed (as explained in our Acquire or Create a Digital Signature in PowerPoint 2010 tutorial) or issued by Certificate Authority


12/07/2016 12:36 AM

Learn PowerPoint 2010: Acquire or Create a Digital Signature

You have already explored what a digital signature is, and how a digital signature can be important for use in PowerPoint presentations. To digitally sign a presentation, you need a digital certificate. If you try to digitally sign any presentation without a digital certificate in PowerPoint 2010, you are prompted to acquire or create a digital signature. In this tutorial we will explore how you


12/07/2016 12:36 AM

Learn PowerPoint 2010: Get Started with a Digital Signature

A digital signature or ID is more commonly known as a digital certificate. Digital IDs help to validate your identity, and they can be used to sign important documents including PowerPoint presentations. As far as PowerPoint is concerned, a digital certificate is necessary for a digital signature because it provides the key that can be associated with a digital signature. Digital certificates


12/07/2016 12:36 AM

Learn PowerPoint 2010: Opening WRM Protected Files

In previous tutorials you have learned to sign up for Windows Rights Management (WRM), use WRM to set permissions for other users, and how you can set advanced WRM permissions. However, these scenarios only work for those who create and distribute WRM protected files -- how you use WRM if you are a recipient of a protected file is something that we will explore in this tutorial. You will learn


12/07/2016 12:36 AM

Learn PowerPoint 2010: Advanced WRM Permissions

You have learned to sign up for Windows Rights Management (WRM) in a previous tutorial. Once you are signed up, you can provide permissions using WRM from within PowerPoint 2010. In this tutorial you will learn how to revoke permissions, add new permissions, and also create custom permission levels. For any of the permissions to work, users need to be connected online so that the WRM servers can


12/07/2016 12:36 AM

Learn PowerPoint 2010: Using Windows Rights Management

We already explored how you can get started with Information Rights Management (IRM) in PowerPoint 2010 by first signing up for the Windows Rights Management (WRM) service. This service implements Microsoft's access controls for documents across Office 2010 applications such as PowerPoint, Word, Excel, etc. Once you have signed up for WRM, you can set permissions for all presentations that you


12/07/2016 12:36 AM

Learn PowerPoint 2010: Sign Up for Windows Rights Management

Microsoft has been providing a permissions system based on their Information Rights Management (IRM) concept for several years now, but with Office 2010 (including PowerPoint 2010), this whole concept has been implemented so intuitively that almost anyone can use IRM for their PowerPoint presentations and any other Office documents. Depending upon which version of Windows you use, you may need


comments powered by Disqus




Subscribe to Indezine
Follow Indezine

Follow Indezine on Pinterest
Share This Page
Bookmark and Share
Translate Page


Like This Page
Like This Site



Microsoft and the Office logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.

Home | PowerPoint | Photoshop | PowerPoint Templates | PowerPoint Tutorials | Blog | Notes | Ezine | Advertise | Feedback | Site Map | About Us | Contact Us

Link to Us | Privacy | Testimonials

PowerPoint Backgrounds | Christian PowerPoint Backgrounds | Business PowerPoint Presentation Templates

Plagiarism will be detected by Copyscape

©2000-2016, Geetesh Bajaj. All rights reserved.

since November 02, 2000