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    Add a password to protect worksheets or your entire workbook and control whether others can open or make changes to them.
    Applies to Microsoft Office Outlook® 2003 Microsoft Outlook® 2002 This article describes what viruses are and how Outlook helps to protect your computer from them. For additional
    Even if you plan to host some or all of your mailboxes on-premises, you can still protect the mailboxes with Exchange Online Protection (EOP). Are all of your Exchange mailboxes on
    Describes how to protect the text that is in the header and the footer of a Word document from changes.
    This article contains a list of answers to frequently asked questions (FAQ) about the automated portion of the Microsoft Protect Your PC Web site. Q1: What is the Protect Your PC Web site? A1 : The Protect Your PC Web site is a Microsoft Web site that...
    Fixes an issue that occurs in Windows Server 2008. Specifically, the "Terminal Services" service cannot protect a console session from being disconnected.
    Describes a security issue with Internet Explorer that is known as Click and Scroll. Provides steps that you can use to help protect your computer against this security issue.
    In Microsoft Excel, individual worksheets can only be protected one sheet at a time. It is not possible to protect multiple worksheets in a single step. However, you can use Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications code to protect multiple sheets...
    Describes the options that you can use to help protect your worksheets in Excel 2002 and Excel 2003. Provides steps for adding user permissions or group permissions. using enhanced encryption, and using Information Rights Management (IRM).
    In Microsoft Excel 2002 and in later versions of Excel, when you use the Protect method with the UserInterfaceOnly argument set to True (UserInterfaceOnly=True) to access a password-protected worksheet, you are prompted for a password. In earlier...

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