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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 Office 365 Word

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