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Acrobat 7.0 Pro and VBA
I am a Microsoft Access developer and I use Acrobat to generate a great number of Access reports. The issue is that I need to lock the pdf reports to prevent users from printing them. Using Acrobat v7.0 I can manually lock the reports using Document | Security. However, I generate 100+ reports a day for many different users and I don't have the resources (or time) to lock them individually. I need to lock them 'programatically' at the time the reports are generated.
I have the Acrobat VBA Object Code Library included with v.7 Pro and can easily reference it in my Access programming environment. But I don't have a clue as to what functions are available to me or how to use them.
Can someone point me to a reference for the VBA Object Library, either in literature or in a Knowledge Base? Any assistance will be appreciated.
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Re: Acrobat 7.0 Pro and VBA
If you are generating the files by printing to the Adobe PDF printer,
you can set security on the driver at that time.