MS document encryption
Date: 13 Jun 2005 09:35:00 -0700
I want to ensure that documents passworded by our staff are encrypted
with something stronger than the 40-bit encryption provided by default.
Accordingly, I have followed the advice given in the MS Office
Assistance document "Import Aspects of Password and Encryption
Protection" on setting the "DefaultEncryption" registry keys on my PC.
Unfortunately, when I run up Word, even after a reboot, it still seems
to default to 40-bit encryption, though I can select and use the
How can I make Word default to using the stronger encryption?
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