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If you have sufficient rights, you can unseal a sealed document (that is, you can make an unsealed copy of a sealed document). The unsealed document can then be used without restrictions. The rights to do this are usually given only for relatively non-sensitive documents.
Rights:To unseal a sealed document, you need the Save Unsealed right. See Section 1.3, "About Rights".
Use the following procedure to unseal a document:
Do one of the following:
Open the sealed document in its normal application and, from the File menu, select Save As.
Right-click the document in Windows Explorer and select Unseal.
Right-click the icon that represents the document on your Microsoft Desktop and select Unseal.
In the Files of Type drop-down box, select an unsealed file type.
If required, change the location and name of the document, then click Save.