When a speakers private presentation notes are produced alongside a Keynote presentation, there does not appear to be an opportunity to protect them from editing and/or mistaken deletion. Can they be locked in the same way as the actual presentation frames are locked?

Better still, can the keyboard be temporarily disabled in a particular presentation after it has been finalized? It would stop the distraction of an unwanted pop-up, and it would be useful in preventing unintended typing errors?

  • Do you mean to still allow editing of slides? – bjbk Jul 21 '17 at 20:45
  • No, I mean "locking" the notes in the same way as we lock elements in the presentation itself. – Christian Gedge Jul 21 '17 at 22:11

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