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Security and Privacy for Microsoft® Office 2010 Users by Mitch Tulloch

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Chapter 4. Carol Collaborates on Some Content

IN THIS CHAPTER, YOU WILL

  • Learn how to encrypt a Microsoft Office document with a password.

  • Learn why passwords that are used to encrypt Office documents may have to meet length and complexity requirements in certain environments.

  • Learn how to restrict the editing of a document so that only certain people can edit it, and only in certain ways.

CAROL WORKS with Bob in Alice’s department in the head office of Northwind Traders. They’ve just finished working on a request for quote (RFQ) document for one customer, and it’s now ready to send to the customer for consideration. Because of the consequences of some occurrences of misdirected documents in the past, Carol wants to ensure that if the RFQ falls into ...

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