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Adobe Acrobat 8 How-Tos: 125 Essential Techniques by Donna L. Baker

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Chapter Sixteen. Making Your Documents Secure

In many cases, once you’ve finished tweaking, modifying, and perfecting your document, there remains one important final step: guaranteeing your document’s security. It isn’t necessary to secure every document you create. I don’t bother with security for any material I use and store on my own computers. On the other hand, if I want to have someone review my work, or am putting documents on a Web site for general distribution, I usually protect the document’s content in some way.

As you’ll learn in this set of techniques, you can add several types of security to a document. Which option you choose depends on the material involved, as well as on your intended audience:

• Use passwords to prevent unauthorized ...

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