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How can I add a link to a document on a sharepoint page and restrict the visibility of the link to the person with permission to the document? RG

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How can I add a link to a document on a SharePoint page and restrict the visibility of the link to the person with permission to the document.
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How were you planning to display the link?
If you put the link in a web part you can assign permissions to the web part. So the web part containing the link would only be visible to the person that has permissions to it.

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If you are talking about multiple documents in a document library. You can create multiple views of the document library by document Creator.  Then add each of the views to a page and restrict the permissions for each web part to the creator for each view respectively.

Hopefully this is helpful.  I am not entirely sure I understand what you are trying to do. Can you provide more detail?
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