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Chapter 8. Creating a Web Presentation > Adding a Digital Signature

Adding a Digital Signature

Once you've finalized your Web document, you might consider adding a digital signature, an electronic, secure stamp of authentification on a document. When you apply your digital signature to a document, you verify the contents of the file and confirm that the file has not changed since you attached the signature. If someone modifies the file, the digital signature is removed. When you add a digital signature to your file, you can sign either a file or a macro project. Sign a file when you are working with an unconverted PowerPoint presentation; sign a macro project when you are working with a presentation that has been converted to a Web page.

Sign a File

Click the Tools menu, and then click Options.

Click the Security tab, and then click Digital Signatures.

Click Add.

Click a certificate in the Select Certificate dialog box, and then click OK.

Click OK.


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