Thank you for taking your time to respond, however, I already know it is possible because I've downloaded other forms that had that component.--I just wish to reiterate that I create the forms in Adobe Acrobat Pro DC and the end user typically edits these in the free version of Adobe Reader.
Yes, you can do it in Acrobat, but someone using Reader has no access to these properties, unless they are very sophisticated and use a script to do it. Even then they will have very limited access to it.
Anyway, if you want to apply a security policy that prohibits modifying the file but allows filling in form fields and printing.
All of these options can be found under File - Properties - Security.