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How to encrypt documents in Word?

If you want to use password to protect a word document, you can get it according to the following steps:


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1. In Word 2007, Click Office button  > Save As; In Word 2010, Click File  > Save As.

2. In the Save As window, click Tools and select General Options.

3. Enter a password in the Password to open field, and click OK.

4. In Word 2010 / 2013, you can also quickly encrypt a word document by using these procedures: Click File >Info > Protect Document > Encrypt with password.

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    Bernadette · 1 years ago
    Hi. I just want to mention that "How to ..." is not a question, it is just a heading and so you don't need a question-mark. : ) I know a lot of people are doing this now, but it is really incorrect (and drives me mad!). "How do I ...?" is a question and you can use the question-mark with that.

    Thanks for your tips and helpful information.
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    Smiley · 5 years ago
    :-) Thanks for your help