DOCUMENT SETTINGS AND SECURITY
Choose the security setting for general editing. General editing includes
working with pages, bookmarks and document opening properties. See
also Document assembly, below.
Choose the security setting for document assembly (deleting, rotating,
inserting and extracting pages), when general editing is not allowed. This
option is not available when 40-bit encryption is selected.
Choose the security setting for adding and changing comments and form
fields. See also, Form Field Fill-in and Signing.
Form field fill-in and signing
Choose the security setting for form fields and digital signatures when
Comment authoring is not allowed. Form fields and digital signatures are
not available in Corel PDF Fusion. This option is not available when 40-
bit encryption is selected.
When selected, the document metadata (title, subject, author and so
on) are encrypted along with the document content. Uncheck this
option if you want to encrypt the contents of a document but still allow
search engines access to the document metadata.
This option is available only when you select 128-bit security.
7.2.2 Set Document Passwords
This is available for PDF documents only.
NOTE: The Set Document Passwords options are accessed by pressing Next on the Set File Security menu
on the Document > Document Settings menu, or from the File > Finish Document Wizard > Set
Document Passwords options.
To change the document passwords that are currently in force in a document:
1 In the Document Settings dialog (which is opened in “Set File Security—Set Security
Permission Options”) click Next > to advance. The Security Password and Open
password options appear.
NOTE: For the Next > option to appear you must have an encryption level set. See “Encryption level”.
2 Set the following options:
Requires a password to change security settings
Select to enter a password to prevent unauthorized users from changing
the security settings in force in the document.