How do I put password to protect my files

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I've known from my friend that one way to protect my files is to put password on the folders before I could open it. I'm just confused on this procedure. How will I able to put passwords on my files stored? I'm currently using Windows 98.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #128081

How do I put password to protect my files

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Hi,

Currently there are two ways to protect your files with password. One is you can use windows default user account password and other one is to use third party software for password protection.

You can use user account password. For this go to control panel then user account and then click on your user account and then create a password. Then restart your computer.

Other option is to use third party software for it. I recommend using “Hide folder XP”. This is stronger and most squired than others. You just need to install it and register. Then give password and restart your computer.

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How do I put password to protect my files

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Hi Zheana,

There are lot of ways to password-protect your files. This solution is the simplest,I hope this can help you in any ways. Just follow these steps, this is applicable for MS Office files:

1. When you save a file (e. g. MS Word) hit the Save or Save As when it is saved already, click Tools then General Option…

2. On General Option box, type your desired password.

3. Click OK button.

Every time you open the file, it will ask for a password first.

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