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Topic: create PDF without any restrictions
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 136893
From: galileo5
Date: 7/27/2005 07:54 PM

Hello,

I had an existing PDF and changed it in Adobe Designer. Now I wanted to combine both in Acrobat again with "create from multiple files" but the new file is not accepted, error: The file is protected. The original file is accepted.

I haven't set any security permissions, but when I open the new file in Acrobat the security option says that changing is not allowed. And I don't find any option in Designer to change the settings.

Where in the creation process can I set the settings so that I can unite the two pdfs.

Thanks for reading and help

PS: Document security is set to "no security"

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