You could add a password which should lock the document;
then when the receiver reads the document, he should be able to
copy it to his machine, make any additions & send back to you;
then you can make the changes to the table & re-send/upload.
I don't know the details as to how this would work;
whenever I upload anything, I always click on 'only those with
the link' can open which keeps prying roving eyes from seeing.
Hoping this helps to some degree,
From: Ken Springer <snowsh...@q.com>
Date: Mon, Oct 10, 2016 at 7:11 PM
Subject: [libreoffice-users] Document protection
Windows 7 Ultimate
I've created a document with a simple table. In one column, each cell
contains a fill in field.
I want to protect the entire document from changes *except* the fields.
How can I do this? I haven't found a way up to now.
Incidentally, the help file for cell protection does not match the program.
Mac OS X 10.11.6
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