Thursday, December 1, 2011

How to Password Protect your Microsoft Word 2010 Document

f you have some important and confidential information in your Microsoft Word 2010 documents, you don’t want anyone to open and see that document. Using Microsoft Word 2010 built-in password Encryption feature, you can password protect your Microsoft Word 2010 Document. The following steps will lead you, how to use this feature:
1 – Open or Create Microsoft Word 2010 document. Click on File Tab at upper left corner of your document, then click on Info option > Protect Document option under Permissions.

2 – After clicking on Protect Document option, you can see a Menu. Select Encrypt with Password option form the Menu.

3 – Now Encrypt Document Dialog will appear. Set the password for your document under Password Field and click OK Button.

4 – Then Confirm Password Dialog will open. Confirm your document Password by re-entering it in Reenter Password Field and click OK Button.

5 – After password protecting your document, save the changes by pressing CTRL+S Buttons from your keyboard or go to File Tab of your document and click Save option.
6 – Your document has now been Password Protected and you can see the following message under Permissions “Password is required to open the following Document”.

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I think this is the easiest and best way to protect your word document. This method provides security for your document. You can make your document password protected so that no unauthorized user can view your document. See the steps they are very simple.
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