Open Office 3.0 saving with password

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With open office 2.4 I could save a text document with a password. I can't figure out how to do this with 3.0. Is it a discontinued feature?

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It works for me. Win XP, OO version 3.

<img src=”http://user.services.openoffice.org/en/forum/download/file.php?id=2443&t=1&sid=42d4f65739775be8cbfef6ed8c149245″ alt=”OpenOffile 3.0 dialogue” />

* Do you save in the native ODF format (file type odt for text, ods for spreadsheets, etc.)?
* Do you get this on both Windows and Linux?
* Is it the same for all file types (wordprocessing, spreadsheets, drawings, etc.)?
* Is your upgrade the final “official” (Openoffice.org) version, a third party build, or a beta/RC install?

Your problem may be connected to user restrictions on your computer, prohibiting the modification of the common dialogs for your OS. (I’ve never seen it happen, so this is a “shot in the dark”.) Try using Open Office dialogs instead of common system dialogs: Tools – Options, expand branch OpenOffice.org – General and tick Use OpenOffice.org dialogs.

This should fix your problem. Let me know if it is resolved. Good luck,

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