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I am using Acrobat X Pro. I have a pdf doc which under properties shows no security and no restrictions. However, the publisher receiving it says that, when he gets it, it says: the file you have opened complies with PDF/A Standard and has been opened read only to prevent modification. He says this is not true for other files he receives. I need this file to get to them so they can modify it. Help please!
Jack Whytock 1001 days ago
As you asked…It appears that somehow your file pretends to be compliant to PDF/A.Adobe decided to set an option by default to open documents claiming to be PDF/A compliant read-only.You could suggest to your printer to go to the Acrobat preferences, into the Documents tab, and change the setting for Viep documents in PDF/A mode to "never", and that should do it.On your side, you could check whether somehow you accidentially happened to save the document as PDF/A.Hope this can help.Max Wyss.
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