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Old 02-19-2012, 09:16 PM
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Hi, all I'm new to the forum obviosly. I'm working on some powerpoint projects and I have run into a problem.



I downloaded a template for the presentation off of a website. All that did was download a .ppt file onto the computer with a few different layouts for slides. I chose the one I wanted and made the powerpoint.

But now I want to password protect it. I go to file, then press the encrypt button and type in the password i want and it looks good. I close out and then re-open it to see if it works. It asks for the password and it works just fine, then what happens is all the slides except the first and last are missing the background images. It has the box with the red X in it and says somthing about not being able to find the file.

What is the best way to make this work so I can encrypt it with a password and still have all the images that i am looking for?

Thanks alot
Eagle_23
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