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xMiSsCrOfTx
11-12-06, 23:31
:wve:

I was wondering if there's any way to lock your documents on Word, or keep them password-protected?

thompa89
11-12-06, 23:36
so nobody cant read it or change it?

xMiSsCrOfTx
11-12-06, 23:37
So anyone without the password can't read or open the documents.

Kamrusepas
11-12-06, 23:39
Yes, there is. I remember protecting some documents with passwords before. I don't remember how to do it though and I don't have Word anymore, but just check all the menus, it's there :wve:

george_croft
11-12-06, 23:44
Yes, there is. I remember protecting some documents with passwords before. I don't remember how to do it though and I don't have Word anymore, but just check all the menus, it's there :wve:

OMG, I can finally have the PC DIARY of my dreams:jmp: :jmp:

xMiSsCrOfTx
11-12-06, 23:47
I found something with the option of locking 'subdocuments', I'm pretty sure that's it. But it's not letting me lock them. Damn, please try and remember, Kam!

Kamrusepas
11-12-06, 23:49
In one of the dropdown menus, there's some thing, like properties or something, that will allow you to set a password for the document. It's been a while since I've last used the program, that's all I can remember, sorry :(

Maybe you could try the Help-bit and search for 'password'? :)

tlr online
11-12-06, 23:49
Open Word. Tools. Options. Security. Password.

george_croft
11-12-06, 23:50
Try: Tools -> Alternatives -> security:)

EDIT: Aww, im always so slow at helping people:(

xMiSsCrOfTx
11-12-06, 23:51
Thanks! Got it. :tmb: