Protected View Events
PowerPoint 2010 provides 4 new events associated with ProtectedViewWindows. These are:
The events are fired in that specific order. ProtectedViewWindowBeforeEdit will only fire if you enable editing thru the UI or programmatically. It is possible to programmatically override the Edit request.
Whenever a protected view window is about to be closed, ProtectedViewWindowBeforeClose is fired. If it is possible to override the close. Also, the ProtectedViewCloseReason parameter tells you exactly why it is being closed.
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