Whether you are distributing a document that contains pieces of confidential information or delivering on an electronic discovery request, you can use the new Word 2003 Redaction Add-in to quickly, easily, and securely redact any content that you do not want to share. Use the Word 2003 Redaction Add-in to hide text within Microsoft Office Word 2003 documents. You can mark text to redact and then create a new, redacted version of the document in which the marked text is replaced with a black bar that cannot be converted back to text. Visit the following Microsoft Website to download the Word Redaction Add-In.
Download -> Word 2003 Redaction Add-in to hide text herunterladen
The following file is available for download from the Microsoft Download Center:
- Office 2003 Add-in: Word 2003 Redaction Add-in to hide text within Word documents
Get started on redacting your documents by using this add-in for Word 2003.
Webseite -> http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=028c0fd7-67c2-4b51-8e87-65cc9f30f2ed&displaylang=en
Download -> RedactionSetup.msi
Redaction is the careful editing of a document to remove confidential information.
The Microsoft Office Word 2003 Redaction Add-in makes it easy for you to mark sections of a document for redaction. You can then redact the document so that the sections you specified are blacked out. You can either print the redacted document or use it electronically. In the redacted version of the document, the redacted text is replaced with a black bar and cannot be converted back to text or retrieved. Sensitive government documents, confidential legal documents, insurance contracts, and other sensitive documents are often redacted before being made available to the public. With the Word 2003 Redaction Add-in, users of Microsoft Office Word 2003 now have an effective, user-friendly tool to help them redact confidential text in Word documents. Tips for using this add-in are available from Work Essentials, a resource that provides free occupation-focused expert advice, demos, templates, and webcasts.