03 Oct 12 6:06 am
Prevent Saving a PDF File
Portable document format is a file format that was developed by Adobe Acrobat in the early 1990s to allow document exchange and for easier display on the Internet. Unfortunately, one of the downsides to this type of file is that it is easy for other users to copy. You can password-protect your files to prevent unknown users from saving your PDF files off the Internet.
1. Run Adobe Acrobat, and open the file you want to protect. Select "File" from the toolbar, and click "Document Properties."
2. Select the "Security" tab at the top of the window. Click "Security Method" from the drop-down menu, and select "Password Security."
3. Enter a password into the password box. This menu will show several options for further protection.
4. Locate the "Permissions" section. Disallow copying text, editing text and printing by checking the appropriate boxes. Click "OK," and save the document.
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