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PPT Productivity's Lock Objects feature lets you lock any shape, object or placeholder on a PowerPoint slide. How to lock powerpoint objects to prevent editing.
Shapes, objects, images and tables cannot be locked by standard PowerPoint, but they can with PPT Productivity. Locking the object prevents you (or others!) from accidentally moving or editing it.
Shape locking feature will lock the shapes or objects for anyone accessing the slide. The shape or object will be locked for editing even if the person viewing it does not have PPT Productivity installed.Productivity Tip
How to lock a textbox but allow editing of the text? Using a textbox enables you to lock a shape while leaving the text accessible for editing. If you want to lock both the shape and the text, converting your text box to a table or inserting a 1x1 table to hold the text (before locking) will result in both shape and text being locked.
Chapter Description Timestamp 1 How can I lock a shape in PowerPoint? 00:01 2 How to lock objects to PowerPoint presentations? 00:10 3 How can I lock text in PowerPoint? 00:15 4 How to lock selected PowerPoint objects? 00:20 5 How can I edit text on locked PowerPoint object? 00:26 6 How to lock PowerPoint object with editable text 00:39 7 How to edit text in locked PowerPoint shape 00:45