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Lock a document to restrict editing

Lock a document to restrict editing: Word 2016: Advanced Tips and Tricks
Lock a document to restrict editing: Word 2016: Advanced Tips and Tricks

Have you ever wanted to password lock one specific document? You can do that in Word by restricting or protecting the document. You can lock a document so that it cannot be edited without the password. There are a few options that are different on Mac and Windows. For example, on Windows, you can make certain sections of a document editable, while locking the rest. On Mac, you can set a file so that it cannot be opened in the read-only mode without a password.

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Business Word Processing Microsoft Office Word

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