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You can use the Adobe Document Center and define a policy which will prevent the users from printing and copying from your book. If your customers download the book from your website to their desktop and try to open it, the download file will also not allow the user to print and copy from the PDF file.
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that sounds perfect for what i need. how do i do this? can i send it to others in an email?
Im trying to acomplish the same thing Holly was but i have the Adobe Reader 9 and I cannot find the Select Secure / Password Encrypt / Permissions you mentioned... Could you please tell me on how to get there; if at all possible since I have a different version.
I have been using Adobe 6 Standard for probably four or five years now. My principle use of it was to put together a written report, maybe attach some addendum pages, and then secure it all to send off with only printing allowed. I just bought Adobe 9 Pro Extended and see that I can allow/disallow page extractions, possibly something that I had in 6 but wasn't aware of.
I am also having the same problem as some of the other users of now trying to creat a policy that disallows page extraction. I know its probably one step that I'm not doing but I followed the instructiopns in the comments below and "page extraction allowed" still shows up after I've tried to create that limitation in my policy. What am I not doing or doing wrong?
Suggestion, would it be possible for Adobe to allow users to highlight that permission and change it simply by highlighting it from "Allow" to "Disallow". That would probably make a lot of users real happy
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