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Enabling usage rights for Reader 9

Learn how to take a PDF file and grant usage rights to Reader users and which Adobe Acrobat versions can enable these rights.

By Janet Frick – June 22, 2008

 



In this video, learn how to protect PDF by granting usage rights to Reader users so they can comment, sign or fill in PDF forms, and which Adobe Acrobat versions can enable these rights.


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Lori Kassuba

1, 2016-01-15 15, 2016

Hi Maria,

In Acrobat DC, you use the menu located under File > Save As Other > Reader Extended PDF.

Thanks,
Lori

Maria

3, 2016-01-07 07, 2016

Trying to enable usage rights in a form that we created. All instructions refer us to an Advanced menu, which we can’t seem to find in my new Acrobat Pro DC version.

Can you help, please?

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