Im new to adobe pro but I find it really easy to use for the most part. I am having a big problem though. Im designing a form for a client. It's basically a template, so he needs to add input using some forms I embedded in the document. Then he wants to send that form off to his clients and make it unchangeable (so they cannot edit amounts) in the form fields he has typed.
Is there a way to do this with certificates/any security options within adobe pro?
PS he doesnt have the pro version himself just the reader. So Id like to put a certificate on his computer so normally the security settings would prevent editing but if the certificate is installed on the computer it overides the general security and allows him to make changes in the form fields.
Thank you guys
He really should get Acrobat, especially since you're not allowed to sell Reader-enabled documents to your clients. It's part of the "No Service Bureau" restriction of the Acrobat License Agreement. It will also allow him to flatten the fields and apply security, which would be the best approach. Acrobat Standard will be sufficient for this.