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Old 05-03-2021, 10:12 AM
runghof runghof is offline Locker footer in display mode Mac OS X Locker footer in display mode Office 2016 for Mac
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i am using the latest version of PowerPoint in an Office 365 Subscription on a Mac.

I have footers and page numbers set up in the Master View as I would like. When I go to display mode, they appear as I would expect, however I can move or modify them. I would like them to appear in Display mode by not have the ability to act on them in this mode....similar to how Word does a footer.

Is there a way to configure this?

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Old 05-11-2021, 11:47 PM
judithvg judithvg is offline Locker footer in display mode Windows 7 64bit Locker footer in display mode Office 2016
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Have you tried deleting the 'prefab' footers in the master and making your own footers from scratch? Sometimes this helps for me when I have to work on a presentation that has been set up in a different PPT version and doesn't show the footers correctly.
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