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Can you lock Word templates so they are unchangeable?

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I know that it is possible to lock forms/templates within MSword but the problem with this is that anyone using the template can click on the lock icon to unlock the template and then change parts of it.  Is there a way of stopping them do this?????
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Set a password on locking the form/template!!
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set the attributes on the template file (dot) to read only in explorer.
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Set the permissions if under NT!!
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