Click the type of command you want secured. Commands are grouped by the menu, with the exception of the following.
Change Settings commands refer to the settings you can change while in the Settings dialog box.
Macro commands refer to buttons found in the Macro dialog box.
Applications commands refer to commands for running different types of applications.
Miscellaneous commands refer to advanced automation commands.
The items in the Commands list box change, depending on which category you select.
Securing a command
Open a session.
From the Options menu, choose Security.
The Security dialog box appears.
Make sure the scheme you want to edit is displayed in the Scheme field. If it is not, choose Browse to select the correct file.
Choose the Options tab.
If asked for a password, enter the password in the Security Password dialog box, then click OK.
Select the Category that contains the command(s) you want to set.
Clear the check mark from the command(s) you want secured.
Repeat steps 6 and 7 for all the commands you want secured.
To save the scheme, go to the File page and choose Save As.