In the 'Document Restrictions Summary' section you can see what possible is with this document in Adobe Reader. When you open the document in Adobe Acrobat you will other values in the 'Document Restrictions Summary' section.
Thanks for the response. However my problem is that I see conflicting values in adobe reader for the same setting in two places:
1) Document Assembly = Not Allowed - in the 'Document Restrictions Summary' section
2) Document Assembly = Allowed - when using the 'Show Details' button in the 'Document Security' section.
One setting two differnt values.
See my response in the Acrobat Windows forum. Use Acrobat, not Reader,
to check security settings.
When you open the document in Adobe Acrobat you will see Document Assembly = Allowed - in the 'Document Restrictions Summary' section. Adobe Reader can't assembly documents.
I just need to clarify this.
So if I see the Document Assembly not allowed in the Reader, and if I can assemble the document in the Acrobat, what does it mean?
I am submitting a government grant application, and they specify saying we have to submit the document with a setting that allow document assembly, commenting, editing, etc. This is to allow reviewers to be able to comment on and assemble applications.
Should I be worried when I see in Reader that Document Assembly is Not Allowed? Or is this OK, as far as Document Assembly is allowed in Acrobat?
Or is this OK, as far as Document Assembly is allowed in Acrobat?