Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Changing File Validation
Figure 20-2 You can change when Word uses Protected View to safeguard a document
as you open it.
Changing File Validation
Because the internal checks Word performs when determining whether your file is safe
have to do with the file format, you can tell Word 2010 which file types you want to
validate before opening them. This controls the types of files that trigger validation when
Protected View is used to safeguard files that you are opening. You can choose that files be
checked when you open a file or save a file, or both. Here’s how to review and change the
file types Word lags as potential problems:
1. Click the File tab to display Backstage view then click Options.
2. Click Trust Center, and then click the Trust Center Settings button.
3. Click the File Block Settings category (see for descriptions).
4. Clear the check mark in any file type you don’t want to validate.
5. Select those file types that you do want to check in the Open And Save columns
(see Figure 20-3).
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