What is the use of the final state in the Word2013? Setting the document to final State indicates that the document has been edited and is the final version of the document. If the document is marked as final, the Status property is set to final, and typing, editing commands, and proofing marks are disabled.
Figure 1 Displaying the final version of the icon and typeface on the Word2013 window
The steps to set word2013 as final are as follows:
Step One: We use the WORD2013 program to open a document that needs to be marked as final, click "File" in the upper-left corner of the window-"information"-"mark as final" in "Protect Document".
Figure 2 Setting the document to final status in Wrod2013
Step two: Pop-up prompts "This document will first be marked as final, and then saved." "Here we don't have to worry about it, just click on" OK "button.
Figure 3 Word2013 Hint: This document will first be marked as final and then saved.
Step three: Again pop-up prompts: "This document has been marked as final, indicating that editing has finished, this is the final version of the document." "Here we are still clicking OK." At this point, the final version of the protection document is finished, and when you go back to the Word2013 window, it becomes the typeface and icon that shows the final status as shown in Figure 1.
Figure 4 Completing the Word2013 mark as the final State setting