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Protect excel hi, I would like to protect my excel file. No one access my file without password, how can i do it? plz tell me some tips. awaiting your replay...

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Hi SAJID MEMON,

This one is a little hidden, it's an option under the save as window. So go to file->save as then you should see either a down arrow on the save button, which opens up a sub menu or a tools option in the top right. Under tools select general options, then you should see the password options there.

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