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Office 2013 In Depth by Joe Habraken

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Protecting an Office File

The Office applications enable you to protect a file (such as a document or workbook) that is shared with other users (particularly users on a network). The Protect Document settings help protect the content of the file and can also potentially restrict what can be changed in the document and by whom. To view these options, click the Protect Document button in the Info window as shown in Figure 3.11.

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Figure 3.11. Select a document-protection strategy on the Info page.

The following options are available:

Mark As Final: This command marks the file as final and makes the file read-only. All editing commands for the file ...

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