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    Show All Hide All This article explains what phishing is and includes tips on how to identify phishing schemes and follow best practices to avoid becoming a victim of online fraud
    Save a Word 2003 document as read-only, recommend that it be opened read-only, or use a password to secure it.
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    Make an Office file read-only by using password protection, marking as final, or applying a digital signature.
    You can apply and remove password protection from your OneNote 2010 notebooks, and set custom options for password protection.
    Which Office program are you using? Word Excel PowerPoint Outlook Word By using Office, you can quickly assemble, display, and share your data with other people, and take steps to
    Security Use strong passwords that combine uppercase and lowercase letters, numbers, and symbols. Weak passwords don't mix these elements. Strong password: Y6dh!et5. Weak
    Which Office program are you using? Word Excel PowerPoint Outlook Word By using Office, you can quickly assemble, display, and share your data with other people, and take steps to
    Show All Hide All Applies to Microsoft Office Project 2003 Microsoft Office Project Server 2003 Microsoft Project 2000 and 2002 Project and Project Server offer basic security
    You lock cells after you edit them in a protected workbook or worksheet. To lock, click Home, the Format Cells dialog box launcher, and the Protection tab.

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