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How can you disable the save a copy button?


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2017-02-06 00:10:05
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The PDF password security defined by Adobe can prevent copying to the clipboard, but it does not prevent saving an entire copy of the PDF file. If you use the "Save a copy" button, the permissions on the new PDF file will remain intact.

There is no way to disable the "Save a copy" using the standard Adobe Acrobat Professional software. There are more advanced security solutions that allow more restrictions on PDF files such as FileOpen Systems.

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