How To Password Protect and Encrypt Office 2016 Documents
If you use Microsoft Office products such as Word 2016, Excel 2016 and PowerPoint 2016 to prepare sensitive information; did you know it’s simple to add a layer of encryption to your documents, spreadsheets, and presentations? The feature is built right into the Microsoft Office suite, and it’s quick and easy to use, as I’ll show you below.
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Microsoft Office lets you encrypt your Office documents and PDF files, allowing no one to even view the file unless they have the password. Modern versions of Office use secure encryption that you can rely on–assuming you set a strong password. The instructions below apply to Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and Access 2016, but the process should be similar in other recent versions of Office.
Encryption Features are built into all the Microsoft Office 2010 suite of applications including Word 2010, Excel 2010 and Powerpoint 2010. This is a nice improvement over password protecting documents under Office 2007 however in a few ways in that it’s protected with a password. Because the new process for Office 2010 is consistent across the core Office suite (Word 2010, Excel 2010, PowerPoint 2010 etc.) I’ll demonstrate the process just once using Microsoft Word 2010.
If you're looking for a simple way to keep files and folders private on your Windows computer, you have several options right in front of you. Thanks to the Microsoft Office Suite, you can use a built-in encryption feature to password-protect Office files, such as Word documents or PowerPoint presentations.
Basically, Microsoft Office is one of the best productivity tools which enables to make presentations, create documents, and excel sheets and other useful things. It is right time to learn what is new and improved in the Microsoft Office 2016. Hence, there is a list of the top features of MS Office 2016 for Windows. As we all know that, Office 2016 is the advanced version of Microsoft Office that is available for all the desktops and laptops.
The ability to insert add-ins into your documents, call new Office.js APIS, launch task panes inside your Office clients and run commands directly from the ribbon increases the productivity of your entire team! Add-ins now work across Office 2016 running on Windows, Office Online in your browser, Office 2016 on the Mac (Outlook currently) and Office on the iPad. Office 2016 on Windows introduces some new extensibility features that will roll out over the other Office clients over time.
Office 2016 is an awesome new edition of Microsoft Office package. Although, Office 2013 and Office 2016 look quite same, but Office 2016 products have more options to customize it. People, who were looking for options to change the old-fashioned blue title bar, can easily change it using built-in option. Apart from that, you will get more other improvements in Office 2016.
Microsoft Office 365/2016 has a lot of advanced features that make it the most popular office suite out there. However, sometimes documents get corrupted and won’t open. What you might not be aware of is you can use Office to repair those documents and not use a third-party utility to do it. The feature was introduced back in Office 2003. Here’s how it works.
If you currently have a subscription to Office 365, you’ll be pleased to know you can upgrade to Office 2016 right now in just a matter of a few minutes. Today we’ll quickly show you how to do that on a Windows PC and Apple Mac. Office 2016 is a much welcome upgrade for any existing Office installation, particularly for Mac users who’ve been suffering under the rather awful Office 2011 with its ugly, clunky interface. Office 2016 brings welcome uniformity by making the Mac version nearly identical to the Windows version.
Microsoft Office 2016 is the most recent version of Microsoft’s productivity apps. While updating your Office apps from 2013 to 2016 you have to follow some key steps. In the process you may experience some compatibility issues. Normally, when your attempt to install Office 2016 fails, an error message typically tries to explain the cause. However, in certain cases troubleshooting it, does not resolve the issue. The best practice option then is to switch back to the old version. This post outlines the steps involved in switching back or reinstall Office 2013 after an Office 2016 upgrade on Windows 10.
Microsoft introduced a new feature in Office 2010 called the Office Upload Center and it has come along with Office 365 and 2016. It’s used to help you manage document uploads and if you’re uploading a lot of documents to OneDrive, and it can be a helpful tool. Especially if you’re dealing with several documents, spreadsheets, and PowerPoints during your work day.