SymptomsConsider the following scenario:
- You click the Review tab in Microsoft Excel 2013, and then you click Protect Workbook in the Changes group.
- In the Protect Structure and Windows dialog box, you click to select the Structure check box, you type the password, and then you click OK.
- You save the workbook as an .xlsx file, and then you close the workbook.
- You open the workbook in Excel 2013, you save it as an Excel 97-2003 file (.xls file), and then you close the workbook.
Note Creating a password for the workbook structure differs from creating a password to access the workbook. To understand the difference, see the "More Information" section.
Note The ISO-compliant hashes are removed only when you protect a workbook that supports ISO-compliant hashes (for example, an .xlsx file) by using a password and then save the workbook as a file that does not support ISO-compliant hashes (for example, an .xls file).
For more information about how to protect a workbook by using a password, go to the following Microsoft website:
How to protect a workbook by using a password
Id. de artículo: 2764076 - Última revisión: 19 dic. 2012 - Revisión: 1