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OneNote 2013 encrypted pages - safe?

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    OneNote 2013 encrypted pages - safe?


    Are the encrypted pages in a OneNote 2013 notebook safe to place things like credit card info?

    The notebook will be on the PC, iPad, Windows Phone, and in OneDrive.

    Is it better/safer to have a passworded Word file?

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    Windows 8 Pro


    Anyone? Anyone? Nobody got an opinion or answer? I thought this site was full of experts?
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OneNote 2013 encrypted pages - safe?
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