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如何锁定Word中的文档的部分?

如果您希望允许其他用户更改文档的某些部分,则可以锁定Word文档的某些部分,并且可以自由编辑文档的未锁定部分。

在Word中锁定指定的文档部分

在Word中锁定部分带有内容控件的文档


箭头蓝色右泡在Word中锁定指定的文档部分

第一种方法将引导您在当前文档中添加分节符,然后轻松锁定指定节。 你可以这样做:

步骤1:将光标放在要保护的文档部分之前,然后单击 休息 > 连续页面布局 标签。 然后以相同的方式在文档的末尾添加连续的中断。

步骤2:单击“显示限制编辑”窗格 限制编辑 上的按钮 评论 标签。

注意:在Word 2007中,您需要单击保护 文件 > 限制格式化和编辑评论 标签。

步骤3:在限制编辑窗格中,转到 编辑限制 部分,和:

(1)检查选项 只允许在文档中进行这种类型的编辑;

(2)单击下面的框,然后指定 填写表格 从下拉列表中;

(3)点击文本 选择部分.

(4)在弹出的部分保护对话框中,只检查您要保护的部分,然后单击 OK 按钮。

步骤4:继续点击 是的,开始执行保护 按钮在“限制编辑”窗格中。

步骤5:在投掷启动强制保护对话框中,

(1)检查 密码;

(2)在两者中输入您的密码 输入新密码(可选) 盒子和 重新输入密码确认 框;

(3)点击 OK 按钮。

步骤6:保存您的Word文档。

到目前为止,指定的部分已被您指定的密码保护。


箭头蓝色右泡在Word中锁定部分文档

此方法将指导您通过轻松添加Microsoft Word中的内容控件来锁定文档的指定部分。

步骤1:选择您要保护的文档部分,然后单击 富文本内容控制 上的按钮 开发人员 标签。

注意:单击以了解如何将“开发人员”选项卡添加到功能区中: 在Word中显示开发人员标签/功能区

步骤2:继续点击 楼盘 上的按钮 开发人员 标签。

步骤3:在即将到来的内容控制属性对话框中,

(1)在中输入该内容控件的名称 头衔 框;

(2)检查选项 内容控制无法删除;

(3)检查选项 内容无法编辑;

(4)点击 OK 按钮。

步骤4:通过单击,启用“限制编辑”窗格(或“限制格式化和编辑”窗格) 限制编辑 上的按钮 开发人员 标签。

备注:

(1)在Word 2007中,请点击 保护文档 > 限制格式化和编辑 开发人员 标签。

(2)你也可以找出 限制编辑 按钮(或 保护文档 按钮)上 评论 标签。

步骤5:转到“限制编辑”窗格,

(1)检查选项 将格式限制为多种样式;

(2)取消选中 只允许在文档中进行这种类型的编辑;

(3)点击 是的,开始执行保护 按钮。

步骤6:在即将到来的“启动强制保护”对话框中,

(1)检查 密码;

(2)在两者中输入您的密码 输入新密码(可选) 盒子和 重新输入密码确认 框;

(3)点击 OK 按钮。

步骤7:保存当前文档。


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    Eleftheria · 2 years ago
    Hi. does this work within a table? it does not work for me. is there any solution? Also even when I put and ab Legacy, this does not seem to work as it expands the table. How can I make the table not expanding? thanks
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    Rick · 2 years ago
    In the second example "Lock part of documents in Word" the third step appears to be weak. Anyone with access to the Developer tab (that is, everyone) can simply open Content Control Properties dialog box and uncheck the "Content control cannot be deleted" and "Contents cannot be edited" options, even when the document has been restricted. The would defeat any attempt to protect parts of the document.
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      Chris · 1 years ago
      Did you find a workaround to this problem?
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        Steph · 1 years ago
        You can put a password protection on this after locking the sections you want to disable editing. Click on Restrict editing in the Developer tab, click option 2 Editing restrictions and select Filling in forms in the drop down box. Then click on "Yes, Start Enforcing Protection". From there you should have an option to put in a password.
        To be able to unlock and edit the person would need to go back into the Restrict Editing tab, click on Stop Protection at the bottom right corner and provide the password.

        Hope this helps :)
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    Heidi · 2 years ago
    What do I do if properties doesn't get highlighted? I can't click it.
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    Angela · 3 years ago
    Thank you! Thank you! Thank you! I haven't spent the last hour trying to figure out if this was possible and I finally found the instructions on your website!!
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    Wendy · 3 years ago
    Hi How do I lock my pages, so they don't run on to the next page? I have created a form with sections to be completed but want to ensure the content I have stays on one page within relevant sections.

    Thanks
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    Dave · 3 years ago
    Thanks for the information. I got the desired results.

    This may be politically incorrect, but it would be nice if your tech writers spoke (and used) proper English. I realize you're speaking to an international audience, but even then better English would facilitate translation. Maybe because I write this stuff (computer-ish instructions) for a living and, like it or not, I use Microsoft Office to do it, I was able figure out what the writer was trying to say. (The pictures helped immensely. Even if the writer had written in his/her native language -- whatever it is -- the pictures would have shown me what I needed.)

    I really shouldn't complain. Usually I either can't find the answers to my Office questions or the doctor of engineering who wrote the answer to my question assumes all the readers have at least a EE. The solution presented was at least decipherable. Thank you.
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    Lord B · 3 years ago
    I have designed a template sheet for football predictions, but want to allow people to add their names and predictions for the scores, how do I protect just parts of my document?
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    Tina · 3 years ago
    locking a word document
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    IM · 4 years ago
    I have a template with free text fields under locked headers and the overall document is protected from editing format, styles etc. However anyone pasting information from another document into the free text cells can paste in the source formatting e.g. landscape layout which I don't want to happen as this changes the whole page in the template format. How would I avoid this? I have checked the content control of the free text fields but couldn't find the option to control the layout of the field only the formatting and style.
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    Fiona · 4 years ago
    Is it possible to lock part of the document so I can not move up and down the page, but so you can still edit the information before and after that section?
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    HelloKelly · 4 years ago
    Hi,
    We have updated our article, and add two new methods to lock parts of a document in Word. It may help you solve your problem.
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    James Fucking Fuck · 4 years ago
    Step 3 is wrong. You select the parts of the document that will not be restricted.