How to Securely Lock an Image or Object in Google Slides

Google Slides and Microsoft PowerPoint share many similarities, including the ability to lock pictures or objects. Locking an object is crucial to prevent accidental deletion, and Google Slides offers several ways to accomplish this task. Grouping objects into a single entity is an effective way to keep their position consistent. The Master Slide feature allows users to add any image, shape, text, or object to lock with ease. Users can also lock a photo by using it as a background. To lock a content block, users can press the lock on the toolbar or use the Windows keyboard shortcut – CTRL+SHIFT+L. To prevent others from editing a Google Slides file, users can uncheck the “Editors can change permissions and share” option in the Settings menu after clicking the Share button.

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