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How to password protect a word document/ folder


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phatjo911

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I have a folder that contains a word document which I want to keep private.

How do I go about setting a password of my choice on it so that you must enter the password every time to open it?

I would like to pass word protect the whole FOLDER.

thanks
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Neil Jones

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Word has its own built-in security options for applying passwords to open the file. A long enough random password is often secure enough.
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