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Secure Documents

It is likely that sensitive documents would be provided to customers and clients within a password protected area of the web site.  However, there might be times when one would want documents available to the more general public.  For example, if you were pitching a client and they were interested in what type of reporting you might provide, you might give them the password to a document similar to one below.  The Microsoft password file protection is nearly bullet-proof.  If you forget the password, your document is essentially locked forever.

Here's a password protected spreadsheet This spreadsheet contains the client's investment results for the year 2000.  Such a document would be quite sensitive. One way to protect the document is to use a password on the file itself.  That is the case with this file. When the file is being loaded, you will be prompted to supply a password for viewing.  The password for this example is spreadsheet, all in lower case.  This file may require Excel to be installed on the local PC or an Excel viewer plug-in to be installed for the browser.  Both are available from Microsoft.
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Here's a password protected document This document contains the client's investment results for the year 2000; it is the same information that is contained in the spreadsheet above. The password for this example is document, all in lower case. This file may require Word to be installed on the local PC or an Word  viewer plug-in to be installed for the browser. Both are available from Microsoft.
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