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Lesson 11. Adding Signatures and Securit... > Exploring on your own: Using eEnvelo...

Exploring on your own: Using eEnvelopes

In Acrobat 7.0 you can attach files to a PDF document and encrypt only the file attachments. In this case, the PDF document in which the file attachments are embedded functions as an eEnvelope. Anyone can open the eEnvelope and view the cover page and even a list of contents, but the attachments can only be opened as defined by the security you apply. When the attachments are opened and saved, they are identical to the original. No encryption is applied.

Suppose that you want to send a copy of the Lotion advertisement to a satellite office. The advertisement is confidential at this point, so you want to be sure that no unauthorized person intercepts and opens it. To ensure this, you'll create an eEnvelope and attach the advertisement to it and apply security. In this part of the lesson, you'll use the wizard to walk you through the process; however, you can also create secure eEnvelopes manually.


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