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Topic: Setting Distiller permissions using epilogue.ps
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 80803
From: u073755
Date: 2/4/2003 09:10 AM

I currently have a process where a watermark is inserted into a pdf through some postscript code in the prologue.ps in distiller. The prologue calls an *.FDF file which puts a watermark and time stamp on the pdf.

The problem is the users now want the permissions set and would like it done automatically. I cannot use the distiller security options because the watermark form will not be inserted into the watermark.

It seems the best answer is to insert some postscript or pdfmark code into the epilogue.ps to set the securities after the watermark has been inserted.

Does anyone have any examples of an epilogue.ps which would do this?

Thanks,

Griff


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