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Subject:RE: Making Word Documents as Read-Only From:"Shweta G Bhatia" <shwetagbhatia -at- dominomail -dot- com> To:Meir -at- mediaoneit -dot- net Date:Fri, 21 Jul 2000 09:06:28 GMT
Hi Meir !!
I have tried this option but this just gives me a message box asking to open
the document in read-only mode or not. This not what I require. I want that
the reader should be able to open the document only in read-only mode without
giving any flexibility. Plus I would also like to know whether I would be
able to edit the document which is read-only at my end or not. I mean would
I need to maintain separate copy of the same document to make changes.
Waiting for your reply soon. Do you have the answer for the other query that
I have posted...(Word to PDF)
>The easiest way (always more than 1 way to do anything) is as follows:
>1. When you save the document use 'save as'
>2. Click on the 'options...' button in the 'save as' dialog
>3. You will notice the file sharing options for the document where you
>can choose different settings (use the '?' help for further
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