Restricting editing for all or part of a document


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Restricting editing for all or part of a document

So I've created and saved my document, and I'd like to make sure that users can read it, but that no one can edit it without my permission. To do that, I'm going to go to File, and Protect Document, and we're going to restrict editing. This is a Task pane that opens that allows us to make some choices about what's allowable and not allowable in this document. In an earlier chapter, we looked at using the Formatting Restrictions Section. Because I'm asking to protect my document, Word has automatically checked this Editing restriction that says there are no changes that can be made to this document.

It is read-only. I can then choose to Start Enforcing Protection on my document. I'll be asked if I wish to supply a password. If I don't, it's relatively easy for someone to get back in here and turn off protection, if they know how to open this Restrict Formatting and Editing pane. So I'm going to supply a password. I'll need to enter that same passw...

Restricting editing for all or part of a document
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Restricting editing for all or part of a document provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Gini Courter as part of the Word 2010 Essential Training

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Business Education + Elearning
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