OfficeProtect for Mac and Windows

Workbook Protection

Excel Workbook DRM

  Protect Excel Spreadsheets with Computer Specific Activation
  License Excel, Word or PowerPoint Macros or Add-Ins
  Enable Fully Automated Online or Offline Activation
  Configure Trial, Product, Floating or Subscription License
  Secure Document Portability and Customize User Experience
  Support Mac Office 2011 and 2016
  Support Microsoft Office 2007 or later on Windows (32 or 64-Bit)
  Monetize Your Work with Minimal or No Programming Required
  Distribute Unlimited Protected Applications, Royalty-Free

Use OfficeProtect with QuickLicense Standard or Pro edition on Mac or Windows for secure, flexible DRM.

Protect an Excel Workbook with activation, a secure Trial, Product or Subscription license and customized user experience.

Use OfficeProtect with AppProtect when all you need a simple product license using the Encrypted XLSM approach.

Compare QuickLicense and AppProtect for Excel Workbook protection.

Two Ways to Protect Excel Workbook

  1. VBA Bound License - Bind an office document to the QuickLicense runtime with password protected VBA code. With step-by-step instructions and ready-to-paste VB code, no programming is required.

  2. Encrypted XLSM - Turn an Excel workbook into an application (EXE or Windows or APP on Mac). All Excel features are available except editing changes are saved in an encrypted file. Users can duplicate and edit your workbook, but only use it on a licensed computer.

Sell your protected Excel workbook with offline, online or dongle activation, a trial or product license, subscription, floating license, license portability between computers and an automated order, payment and delivery process. Get a free Phone Consultation to explore the best solution for your product.

Click Here to Order See the Protect & License Excel Workbook paper to learn how to protect, license and sell your Excel workbook product.

MS Access Microsoft Access:

    QuickLicense alone can be used to wrap a Microsoft Access product into a protected, licensed EXE. Alternatively, OfficeProtect includes VBA code that can be pasted into an Access project to call the QuickLicense runtime directly. See the two videos that demonstrate each approach.
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