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Modifying Fillable Word Document

Posted on 2014-12-17
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I am running MS Word 2013 on my Windows 7 computer.  I recently received a fillable Word document that I need to modify for my organization's needs.  The document is attached.  Is there any way to "unlock" the various headings and graphics so I can modify them?

Thanks,

Phil
Fillable-Document-Retention-FORM.doc
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Hi

On review / Protect / Restrict Editing / Stop Protection

but only if you know the password

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Thank you.
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