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Open the template that you want to help protect from changes. On the Developer tab, in the Protect group, click Protect Document, and then click Restrict Formatting and Editing. In the Protect Document task pane, under Editing restrictions, select the Allow only this type of editing in the document check box.
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Protect the document so it is not editable. Press "Ctrl-A" to select the entire document, or click "Select" in the Editing group of the Home tab and choose "Select All." Select the "Developer" tab and click "Restrict Editing" in the Protect group. Save the document before closing it.
To protect a document template from being changed or deleted, you should make the template file read-only. This is easily done from within Windows (not Word) by following these steps: Use My Computer to locate the template file you want to protect. Right-click on the name of the template file you want to protect.
To make a document read only, click on the office button on the top left corner and select Prepare. Inside prepare menu, you will be able to see the option, Mark as Final. Once you select the option, you get a pop up confirming that the document will be saved and made read only.
Step 1: Show Developer tab. Step 2: Open a word document. Step 3: Add Content to the form. Step 4: Set or Change Properties to Content Control. Step 5: Add Instructional text to the form. Step 6: You can add protection to the form by using the Restrict Editing Command.
Using footnotes for citations This means that if you want to cite a source, you add a superscript number at the end of the sentence that includes the information from this source. This number corresponds to a footnote or endnote citation, where you include information such as the author, title of work, date, etc.
Can I Lock the Headers and Footers of a Word Document? Yes you can, using the Restrict Editing feature. Create the header and footer for the document. On the Review tab click on Restrict Editing.
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