Thanks to try67 I now know how to put an expiry date on a single PDF printout.
Now my boss has another task for me...;)
Is there a way to define a field already in MS Word htat is taken over by Acrobat and when the PDF is printed
it says "Printed on <date>, document expires <date + 3 (2, 1, 0...) days>
As I said, try67 already gave me the Java script to implement a text field into a single PDF form,
that does the trick. But to avoid having to enter the field manually in all our documents we are
looking for an automated way.
Any help is much appreciated!
Thanks in advance,
I'll try to help you a bit more, then...
This is not something you should be doing in Word. You can do it in Acrobat (Pro) using an Action. You'll need to write the code to add the field to the file and populate it with the desired value, and then run that Action over all of your files.
It's not super difficult, but you need to know how to add new fields, which can be a bit tricky.
we are using Adobe Acrobat XI.
So there is no way to do that automatically?
If you mean at the moment you create the file then no.