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Disabling Editing in adobe acrobat

I have an application in which we generate the report in PDF , we do not want the user to edit the PDF documnt . can we diable editing in adobe thrpugh some code in the application.
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Jason C. LevineNo oneCommented:
Acrobat itself has a security option but if you are generating the document via a different method you may not be able to set it properly.
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FranklinRaj22Author Commented:
i generate a PDF but it opens using the adobe reader installed at the client place . Is there a possiblity like to install the PDF acrobat diablinhg editing.

I stall Acrobat after diabling it from editing , can v do this ?
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Jason C. LevineNo oneCommented:
>> i generate a PDF

HOW do you generate the PDF?  Dynamically or via the Adobe Distiller?
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FranklinRaj22Author Commented:
this is a third party tool and absolutely no idea on what tey have used , i assume thats being generated dynamically.
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Jason C. LevineNo oneCommented:
>> absolutely no idea on what tey have used

You need to find that out.  It may be you can change the settings in the script used to generate the PDF to enable the security but more likely this is not possible short of manually opening the file in Acrobat and enabling security there.
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FranklinRaj22Author Commented:
but if i remove Adobe acrobat proffessional from my client end and install only Adobe reader then it would solve the prob for time being rite , my cleints would not be able edit the PDF if only reader is present in their machines rite ?
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Jason C. LevineNo oneCommented:
Mostly correct.  There are other application than Acrobat that allow editing of the PDF file but for the most part Reader cannot affect the PDF.
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