Lock PowerPoint & ODP file in Free Online App

Lock presentation formats by creating password protected PowerPoint PPT, PPTX and OpenOffice ODP files.

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Aspose.Slides Lock App is an online app to lock, protect and finalize presentations to prevent their viewing, editing and copying. The app provides a unified and simple interface to set View and Edit passwords in one step. After setting the password, the presentation is encrypted with it. You can also mark presentation as final to make it read-only, which will disable such operations as typing, editing, commenting it.

Lock App provides a fast way to lock presentation from any device and anywhere. You can lock saved presentation online even without a need to open it.

Lock App is a free app provided by Aspose.Slides.

Aspose.Slides Lock

  • Lock and protect PowerPoint and OpenOffice presentation online.
  • Protect presentation from editing, viewing and copying.
  • Set "View" password and "Edit" password to encrypt presentation.
  • Restrict access to presentation from opening and modifying.

How to Protect file using Aspose.Slides Lock App

  • Click inside the file drop area to upload a file or drag & drop a file.
  • Enter new password in Password input field to make your file password protected.
  • Click on Protect Now button. Download link of password protected file will be shown.
  • You can also send a link to the file to your email address.
  • Note that file will be deleted from our servers after 24 hours and download links will stop working after this time period.

Fast and Easy Protection

Upload your file, enter new password and click on "PROTECT NOW" button. You will get protected file as soon as the protection is performed

Protect from Anywhere

It works from all platforms including Windows, Mac, Android and iOS. All files are processed on our servers. No plugin or software installation required for you.

Protection Quality

Powered by Aspose.Slides. All files are processed using Aspose APIs, which are being used by many Fortune 100 companies across 114 countries.