Setting Document Security options


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Setting Document Security options

Sometimes we create documents that we need to keep private. Maybe they contain company secrets, or maybe they've got some embarrassing information we wouldn't want others to discover. Either way, we sometimes need to protect documents from prying eyes. Other times, we may need to create documents to share with others but we want to prevent others from modifying the document. So how can you protect your documents? Let me tell you about some of Word's security and document protection features. One way to protect the document is to password-protect it.

Word offers two kinds of password protection. Let's go to up underneath the Word menu and choose Preferences, or press Command+Comma, and then in here we want to click Security. The top two boxes here enable you to enter passwords for the document. You can use either of them or both of them. Password to open requires a password to open the file. If you type a password into this box, anyone who wants to open the file after it'...

Setting Document Security options
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Setting Document Security options provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Maria Langer as part of the Word for Mac 2011 Essential Training

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Business
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Word for Mac
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