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PowerPoint 2010 - Cannot SAVE AS a read only file?

I assigned a password to a powerPoint presentation and someone else is looking at it.  When he tried to save as, he was NOT allowed.  Even though the message said that he could (see graphic
I want to be able to save as a read-protected file.  This shouldn't be happening.
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Brad GrouxSenior Manager (Wintel Engineering)Commented:
Have them remove the Mark as Final setting.
In this situation instead of a password, I'd probably use Mark as Final instead. The person should be able to untick that option and save or save with a new name.
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