Word 2007 Test Question

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Microsoft Word documents
Word 2007
Password protect the document in such a way that only someone with the password "SERVICES" can make untracked changes (Word 2007)

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Word 2007

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This question is on a Word 2007 tutorial. It is the only question that I get

“incorrect” every time I approach it with a different answer.

I have answered it a few different ways per Word 2007 for Dummies

and Google search and am still at a loss. Should it be this difficult? Also,

I am not cracking any document, I am stuck on this question :)

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  • TomLiotta
    Okay, it's done. Now what? What problem are you having with it? -- Tom
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  • Subhendu Sen
    Why r u cracking the document without inform him/her ! This is illegal and if a doc pass protect, then in normal way it is not possible to open without pass. However, I could not understand "only someone with the password "SERVICES" can make untracked changes", plz clear if possible.
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