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On 08/14/2013 08:12 PM, Brian Barker wrote:
At 20:24 14/08/2013 +0000, Farrukh Munir wrote:
... I could not find the way to put a password to my created document for security purpose. Will you please guide me as to how I can solve this problem?

As has already been explained, when you use File | Save As..., tick the "Save with password" box at the bottom of the Save As dialogue.

Note that it is possible to save with a password only if you are saving in LibreOffice's native Open Document Format formats, such as .odt. .ods, .odp, and so on. This won't work if you are using, say, Microsoft Office file formats.

I trust this helps.

Brian Barker

I thought that passwords were broken in the current release.... I was unable to open my existing password protected documents with the latest release. Removed it and installed a previous version. So, if you cannot make it work, try a previous version.

Andrew Pitonyak
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