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Topic: Disabling the 'Save As...' button
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 52844
From: Brad Saide
Date: 5/29/2002 04:54 PM

I have been told that it is possible to disable the "Save As..." button on the toolbar of Acrobat using Javascript. Does anyone have any more information on this please, or at least a part of the Adobe (un)help(ful) manuals where information might be located?

The security does not have to be high, as the browser window that it is popping up in is locked down tighter than a drum... No open option, no save, no right-click, unable to change settings, etc... so provided that I can get the button disabled via javascript, there is no way that the user will be able to defeat the javascript disabling.

Thanks for your help...

Brad

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