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    Edit a Secured Adobe Document

    Hello Friends,

    Imagine you are buying a home and your real estate agent emails your purchase offer, stored as a PDF file, to the seller. You certainly would not want the seller to modify the terms of your offer. So your agent secures your document and negotiates the terms through subsequent addendums. While volumes can be written about digital signatures, certificates and other security features within the Adobe product lines, basic document security in Acrobat Professional allows you to password-protect all or part of a PDF, and control access privileges such as whether a user can copy, edit or print a document. Editing a secured document implies you have the authority to make changes and have been granted the privileges to do so. With your passwords in hand, all you need is an application capable of editing PDF files. PDF viewers and Reader-type programs are not sufficient.

    Thanks and Regards,
    Agili Ron

    Ebusiness Software

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    Thanks for sharing this.

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    Another great example of innovation, I am glad to find it. There are so many developers working on this segment but this is one of the best innovative idea ever. Thanks for sharing it here.

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