troubleshooting Question

Protecting a Powerpoint, even thought it's a stupid idea!

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Hi y'all,

I need to protect a couple of PPT files that are going to be available on a company intranet.  They want as much protection as possible.  Please understand, I completely understand that there is no proper way of doing this (people could even just remember what they saw and write it out), and that it's a stupid request, but after having tried to reason it then they still want it, and they pay me, so here we go...

Javascript can be compulsory, and obviously I've got full Apache access.  I don't know much about Macros etc - can something be put in to check that an Intranet https address is accessible before opening the PPT?  Not looking for additional programmes/licences etc.  I've already had one guy telling me that checking the "referer" is too easy to get around.  Obfuscating the HTML - would that make any difference if somebody just saved the page?

Oh, thay also want Print Screen disabled - any thoughts on that would be lovely.

Obviously a losing battle, but any thoughts people may have would be lovely.  And please don't just post the first random Googled links you find - I'm hoping people with experience of this kind of mess will be able to advise...

Thanks,

  Chris
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