The Protected View feature in Word only allows you to view and do not have permission to edit documents, helping you to safely protect malicious code and viruses when you open the document. If you want to turn off the Protected View feature in Word, please refer to the detailed instructions in this article.
As mentioned at the beginning, the Protected View feature in Word helps protect you when you receive text files from the internet. When this feature is enabled, it will notify users when you open these text files, and you can only read and view but can not edit directly (must be further manipulated by clicking on the button Enable Editing can only be edited).
INSTRUCTIONS ON OFF PROTECTED VIEW IN WORD
* Steps to prepare:
– Computers install Word the current common versions such as: Word 2016, Word 2013.
– File Word has Protected View turned on.
To turn off the feature Protected View In Word, follow these steps:
Step 1: Open Word program -> then select File ->and choose Options.
Step 2: In the window Word Options -> you choose Trust Center in the left menu.
Step 3: In section Trust Center -> you choose Trust Center Settings.
Step 4: Appearance window Trust Center -> you choose Protected View in the options group on the left side of the interface window.
Step 5: You remove the check mark (tick mark) in the 3 squares before the 3 options in the section Protected View -> and press OK, got it to save.
Done Step 5 is that you have turned off Protected View in Word successfully. To turn this feature back on, just repeat the same steps and tick the 3 Protected View options.
In addition, if you are using the Word 2016 interface in English, you can switch to Vietnamese by referring to the article how to Install Vietnamese for Office 2016 have been introduced by us before. Good luck!