Monday, April 30, 2012

Free eBook: Security and Privacy for Microsoft Office 2010 Users from Microsoft Press


Microsoft Press is offering Security and Privacy for Microsoft Office 2010 Users by Mitch Tulloch as a Free e-book in various formats. While the Print Ed is priced at $9.99 and can be obtained from

Take control—and put the built-in security and privacy features in Microsoft Office to work! Whether downloading documents, publishing a presentation, or collaborating online—this guide offers concise, how-to guidance and best practices to help protect your documents and your ideas.

  • Get practical, proactive guidance for using the security and privacy management features in Office 2010 and Office 365
  • Walk through everyday scenarios, and discover everyday techniques that help you take charge
  • Understand common risks and learn best practices you can apply right away

Here’s the Table of Contents of the Book -

  • Chapter 1 : Why Should I Care?
    Hey, It’s Not My Responsibility!
    What’s My Role in This?
  • Chapter 2 : Alice Downloads a Document
    Working with Protected View
    Understanding Trust
  • Chapter 3 : Bob Prepares a Policy
    Understanding Document Properties
    Working with Document Inspector
    Working with Digital Signatures
    What About Office 365?
  • Chapter 4 : Carol Collaborates on Some Content
    Encrypting a Document
    Restricting Editing
  • Appendix : Learn More
    General Resources on Office 2010 Security and Privacy
    Protected View
    Trusted Documents
    Trusted Locations
    Document Properties
    Document Inspector
    Digital Signatures
    Encrypt with Password
    Restrict Editing
    Resources on Office Web Apps and Office 365

You can download this free eBook in three formats from the Microsoft Download Center: PDF, .mobi, and ePub.

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