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Can you set security on documents where anyone can open and read, but not write, copy or print?

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Open the document and select "Properties" under the File Menu, this pops up the Properties box, which has several tabs.

Under the "Security" tab you can specify exactly what you will allow users to do.

Hope that helps!

Posted on May 09, 2010

  • fixitallgirl May 09, 2010

    Open the document and select "Properties" under the File Menu, this pops up the Properties box, which has several tabs.

    Under the "Security" tab you can specify exactly what you will allow users to do.

    Hope that helps!

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