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    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).
    With the Protect Form option enabled in the database Form view, you may still be able to use the Cut, Copy and Paste buttons in the List view to cut or copy an entire field, even though these commands will at that point be unavailable (dimmed) from the...
    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...
    You may experience one or more of the following symptoms when you apply the "Password protect the screen saver" Group Policy setting to Windows XP and Windows XP Service Pack 1 (SP1)-based computers: When you create or edit the policy on a Windows...
    Lists three common mistakes that enable Access users to circumvent security and provides an overview of how to protect a database so that it is not changed or copied by other Access users. Requires basic macro, coding, and interoperability skills.
    Describes a problem that how to use Microsoft System Center Data Protection Manager 2006 to help protect an Exchange server.
    Describes a scenario in which error 32008 occurs when you try to protect a Windows SharePoint farm by using System Center Data Protection Manager 2007. A resolution is provided.
    Using Protect Data in a Works spreadsheet disables some editing functions even if you are working in a column or row that is not locked.
    When you use Protect Form in a database, you should not be able to change the formatting of text, such as the font or style. With Protect Form in use, the Font and Style command under the Format menu and the Bold, Italic and Underline toolbar buttons...
    Describes that you cannot use System Center Data Protection Manager 2007 or System Center Data Protection Manager 2010 to protect a SharePoint Farm. Provides a resolution.

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