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Dear Sirs,

We have a  word document with RMS permissions(except view and remaining all disabled) applied on it. Is it possible to take print of the document. I dont want to ask the owner of the document for print permissions on this. Is it possible?. Please help.

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Venkat
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If you could, then RMS wouldn't be doing its job. You should ask the owner for print rights.
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