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Microsoft Word Document-How to Make it Password Protected

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Previously I created a post on Microsoft Office Rarely used Functions which was much liked by the viewers. Today I am writing a post on the security point of view of the Microsoft Word documents. We have a number of important documents in our computer and some of them are so important that we do not want them to be seen by others. The solution for this problem is to make the document password protected. This is not a mammoth job. You can easily insert a password in your document by following the following simple procedure –
Microsoft Word Document-How to Make it Password Protected
Microsoft Word Document-How to Make it Password Protected


Step-1
Please open the document which you want to make password protected. When the document opens click the Office Button Now the following screen will appear.


Step-2
Now hover over “Prepare” and click “Encrypt Document” as shown in the image given below –
Step-3
After you click “Encrypt Document” a small window will appear asking you to enter your pass word. Your password may be alphabets, figures, special characters etc. Please enter your desired password and clock “OK”
Step-4
It is a standard procedure of creating a password that it is always entered twice to avoid any possibility of error, once for creation and again for confirmation. The same standard procedure is followed here and you will be asked to confirm your password by entering it again.
Please reenter your password and click “OK”. That’s all and now your document is password protected now.

How to Open a Password Protected Microsoft Word Document

The procedure of opening a password protected Microsoft Word Document is very simple and easy. While you click to open your password protected Microsoft Word Document a small window like this will appear asking you to enter your password.
Please enter your password and click “OK”, the document will open.

Please be careful to remember or keep the password safe.



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