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Topic: Applying Security in Batch Sequence
Conf: (P-PDF) Acrobat 6.0, Msg: 107556
From: maxlas
Date: 3/12/2004 09:59 AM

When using Acrobat 6 Professional, I have created a batch sequence to set security on files. At that time I enter a password and then enter it again to verify. When I actually run the batch sequence the first time in an Acrobat session I am required to enter passwords again, initially and then again to verify. Why am I required to do this and is there a way to disable it. What's the use of putting in a password and then having to verify when first creating the batch sequence? I want to be able to save the passwords with the batch sequence.


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