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Versions from 97-2003 use industry standard 40 bit encryption. ... This is done by testing all 65536 possible keys.

Hmm... 65536 = 256^2 = 2 bytes = 16 bit... By the way says: The number of keys is very large: 1,099,511,627,776

Joachim: please rename this to Word Binary Format. The .doc extension is used for multiple formats. There is only one MS Word Binary Format (WordBF).