No, a file is a file and can always be copied. (Imagine if Adobe found a way to limit it, you'd just have to go to a computer without Adobe software). You can, however, limit the computers or people that can open the file, so a copy is useless. This is called DRM and is a complicated and very controversial subject.
Digital Rights Management is far from complicated - it's just very expensive!
The only way to control the copy or move operations on a file system would be to install a rootkit program that was tied to a proprietary file format - this was attempted by a well-known music and video company several years back and was ruled illegal, it cost them a fortune. There are always ways round it by loading alternate operating systems.