Password Managers can alleviate your frustration of trying to remember ever password you’ve needed to set up. Since it is strongly recommended that you don’t use the same password twice, how are you supposed to remember every password? If you use a password manager, the only big decision you will need to make is in choosing your master password. This master password controls access to your entire password manager database, so you should make it particularly strong – it’s the only password you’ll need to remember. You may want to write down the password and store it somewhere safe after choosing it, just in case – for example, This is essential, as it ensures no one else can view your secure password database without the master password.
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How to encrypt an Office document
Microsoft Office allows you to apply encryption to documents, securing them with a password. Microsoft switched to AES encryption in Office 2007, so if you’re using an earlier version of Office, the encryption will be nowhere near as secure. If you are sending confidential information through e-mail, encrypting the document with a password is strongly suggested. If you are storing all of your passwords in a Word document or Excel spreadsheet, this is also a way that you can protect that document.
To password protect a document in Office 2013 or Office 2010, click the File menu, click the Protect Document button in the Info section, and selectEncrypt With Password. You’ll be prompted to enter a password, which you’ll have to provide each time you open the document in the future. You can also fully decrypt the document in the future, removing the need for a password. If you are using Office 2007, do the following: To encrypt your document, click on the Microsoft Office Button in the upper left hand corner, select Prepare from the left-hand menu and then choose Encrypt Document.