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    A quick reference for the Office training course titled Password protect workbooks and worksheets.
    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...
    A quick reference for the Office training course titled Password protect your mailbox.
    Describes how to protect computer hardware to minimize data loss in your Microsoft Exchange 2000 Server organization. Contains two methods to minimize or prevent data loss.
    Hide and protect formuls so that formula results cannot be changed by others, and that formulas cannot be viewed in the formula bar.
    To protect formulas, click Review, then click Protect Sheet. Passwords are optional. This article also explains the various protection options.
    Show All Hide All Microsoft Office Project 2007 and Microsoft Office Project Server 2007 offer basic security features that help protect your project information from unauthorized
    To prevent a user from accidentally or deliberately changing, moving, or deleting important data from a sheet or workbook, you can protect certain sheet or workbook elements, with
    Protect your computer from computer and data from damage, data loss, and security and privacy breaches.
    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...

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