I just recently started using Adobe Acrobat 9. I am recreating a document which will be saved as a pdf form (where the user will complete and return to my attention). The previous document that was used at my company shows the following under the Security Document Properties:
Security Method: No Security, Can be Opened by all versions of Acrobat
Under Document Restrictions Summary--Changing the Document, Document Assembly, and Creation of the Template Pages are not allowed.
This new form needs to mirror the previous security settings. Is the a way to just alter the Document Restrictions Summary page without having create a security policy?
I have a similar issue, however mine is as follows.
I'm currently using Adobe Standard 9 and Adobe Reader 9.1
The problem i'm having is trying to enable the measuring tool facility in documents, if i take any particular document and open it using Standard, it says there are no document restrictions in place. If however I open the same document with Reader, it is telling me that there are various different restrictions in place, including commenting, which is why i'm guessing I can't utilise the measuring facility.
There are no security restrictions in place on any of the documents i'm using.
Hope someone can help, as the documentation with Standard 9 is woeful, and the usually successful google search has turned up nothing!
Is this the only way to achieve this?
No, you can also use the Adobe LiveCycle Reader Extensions ES software: