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Old 05-31-2017, 06:46 PM
robfyfe robfyfe is offline Password protected/DRM Mac OS X Password protected/DRM Office 2008 for Mac
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I am trying to access a powerpoint presentation but its tells me that due to it being password protected I can't open it, even though I have the password and my wife can open it on her computer. I am using office 2008 for Mac, she is using a newer PC version. Any ideas would be appreciated.
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Macs cannot open Passworded PowerPoints (not in 2008 anyway, not sure if it is fixed in 2016). Don't shoot me I know it's crazy.

Can your wife not remove it on her PC.
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