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    Jared Poeppelman commented  · 

    This appears to be available, now. I may have missed it before or it may have been added since I submitted a uservoice similar to this one. In an Office app, users can press and release the 'ALT' key to bring up keystroke navigation of the ribbon menus, followed by 'H' to navigate the 'Home' ribbon, followed by 'Y' to jump to the 'Protect' menu on the 'Home' ribbon, followed by arrow keys to highlight the desired label, followed by 'Enter' to apply the currently highlighted label.
    Summary: ALT + H + Y + <up or down arrows> + ENTER seems to work

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    Jared Poeppelman commented  · 

    This appears to be available, now. I may have missed it before or it may have been added since I submitted this. In an Office app, users can press and release the 'ALT' key to bring up keystroke navigation of the ribbon menus, followed by 'H' to navigate the 'Home' ribbon, followed by 'Y' to jump to the 'Protect' menu on the 'Home' ribbon, followed by arrow keys to highlight the desired label, followed by 'Enter' to apply the currently highlighted label.

    Summary: ALT + H + Y + <up or down arrows> + ENTER seems to work

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    Jared Poeppelman commented  · 

    Can RMS-like functionality be applied to just modifying the label of a document in a tamper-resistant way that would enable permissions like "Up-classify", "Down-classify", and "Remove classification"? That would enable customers to get tamper-protection, as well as allow them granular control of who can change classifications.

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    Jared Poeppelman commented  · 

    This is the ask that the AIP client can label .ccd files.

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