Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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15 Ensuring privacy and security
15
Ensuring privacy
and security
In this section:
Microsoft Office 2013 includes many measures that are intended to
Viewing the Word 2013 Trust Center
protect your computer and your data from viruses and other mali-
cious attacks. It also helps you to protect your personal and confidential
information from being revealed by accident. Most of these protections
operate silently, and their default settings are nearly always appropriate;
there are relatively few adjustments that you can or should make.
Changing which files open in Protected
View
Adding trusted locations and trusted
publishers
Setting privacy options
There are many ways that personal information in a Microsoft Word docu-
ment can be temporarily hidden from view, so there is a risk that another
user could discover it without your knowledge. An important safeguard is
the Document Inspector. The Inspector will inform you whether the doc-
ument contains occurrences of personal or confidential information, and
you can opt to remove any that it finds.
Using the Document Inspector
Protecting a document by using a
password
Restricting editing and formatting
Marking a document as read-only or
final
You can control whether other users can edit a document at all. You can
also permit others to edit only certain parts of a document. In this sec-
tion, you’ll learn about several ways to restrict editing, protect documents
against unauthorized changes, and mark documents as final versions.
Adding a digital signature
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