January 29, 2022

14 thoughts on “How to Edit a Read-Only PowerPoint ♦SIMPLE♦

  1. You obviously are not that qualified to "tutor" about PowerPoint, simply because your conceptual premise is incorrect – "pps" or "ppsx" ARE NOT "read-only" nor "password protected" files!!!
    They're files to be opened directly from Powerpoint Player (w/o need to run PP).
    More… you don't even need to rename them as they can run directly from inside PowerPoint using… "File/Open" and (like in any other MSWindows software since ever) choosing the type of file to be opened – in this case listed under the button "All PowerPoint Presentations"…

  2. It's not that simple…even if it is made to a PPT it will still ask for the password if you want to edit it..so what's the big deal????

  3. hey man thanks a billion it didn't work! 😀 lol jk but seriously it didnt wat shall i do HEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEELLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLP….oh w8 it working now wtf meh who cares YAY THANKS MAN! LOL

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