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Topic: disabling the security features
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 75798
From: ajazio
Date: 11/6/2002 09:08 AM

I have to update a pdf file that was created by a consultant. Being a DBA my knowledge of editing secured pdf files is very limited. I need to know if there is a way to edit that file without knowing the password of any kind, or will I have to recreate that file entirely (its a 150 page file). Do I need to have the acrobat full version to edit the document. Once I do have the full version how do I go about disabling the password and the security features and enabling features like cut, copy etc. I know that this beats the very purpose of having security features, but there must be some way of disabling it in cases like mine.


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