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How do I protect a Adobe reader file
Roger Theys 733 days ago
You need to be more specific.- Protect in what way?- Which application do you have available to you? If only Reader, there's nothing you can do. Only Acrobat can apply security restrictions to PDF files.-------------------------------------Visit my custom-made PDF scripts website: http://try67.blogspot.comContact me personally: firstname.lastname@example.org
I learn that if I have only READER – and this is the case – I can’t protect with a password any Adobe file.
Roger Theys Commented 732 days ago | Report
Roger,You are correct (as Gilad noted). However, to be clear to anyone viewing the thread only PDF files are of concern.As Adobe (the software house) has many applications with diverse file formats "Adobe files" would be a bit off the mark.Be well...
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