PowerPoint Presentation Expiry Date

PowerPoint Presentation Expiry Date

Have you ever wanted to set a date for a presentation, after which it cannot be opened?

This a common need, especially for training companies that need to renew or relicense content on a periodic basis or for presenters with a need to protect their intellectual property.

Microsoft provide a DRM solution called IRM (more acronyms than I can eat!) but it’s a big corporate-targeted environment with lots of functionality, and cost, that many trainers don’t need or want.

Introducing PPTExpire

With our new PPTExpire add-in, you can manage your presentation content using one simple button that is added within in your PowerPoint ribbon.

Just open a file, add a date and close it. Then send the PowerPoint file and a link to the free version of PPTExpire to your recipient and that’s all you need!

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