Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Printing and copying
Figure 4-2: Change the Protected View settings in the Trust Center dialog box.
If you want to explicitly open a file in Protected View, choose File➜Open to display the Open dialog
box. Select your file and then click the arrow to the right of the Open button. One of the options
displayed is Open in Protected View.
If you enable editing in a workbook that opened in Protected View and then save the workbook, it
will no longer open in Protected View.
Printing and copying
In some situations, you don’t care about working with the document. You just want to print it.
Unfortunately, it’s not even possible to print a workbook unless you exit Protected View. Choose
File➜Print and then click the Enable Printing button to exit Protected View.
Note that you can copy worksheet data from a Protected View document and paste it to another
workbook. Formulas are not copied, but the current formula results are.
Forcing a file to open in Normal view
If you download a workbook and you’re absolutely certain that it’s safe, you can force it to open in
Normal view. After downloading the workbook:
1. Right-click the workbook name (or icon) and choose Properties from the shortcut menu.
The Properties dialog box appears.
2. Click the General tab (see Figure 4-3).
3. Click the Unblock button.
4. Click OK to close the Properties dialog box.
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