Why doesn't OneNote Offer Password Protect Entire Notebook?

Questioner 2022-06-12 14:10 418

Is there a good reason why Microsoft doesn't password protect OneNote as a program instead of forcing the user to use individual note passwords?


I would seem like a like of unnecessary password use could be avoided if Microsoft would pass word protect the program, not sections of it.


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  • Answerer 2022-06-12 14:23
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    OneNote Released its first version, OneNote 2003, on October 21, 2003.

    If you create a local notebook for OneNote, you'll find:
    1. OneNote's notebook is a Windows folder.
    2. The section group of OneNote is a Windows folder.
    3. The section of OneNote is a .one file.

    In Windows, under normal circumstances, you can't encrypt a Windows folder. But it can be easy to encrypt a file.

    That's why OneNote can only encrypt sections.
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