GHOSTVIEW PRINT PROTECTED PDF

GHOSTVIEW PRINT PROTECTED PDF

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Concerns about PDF protection aside, that it’s not very good, easily broken, etc I know it’s not great, but I still have to do it.

That’s where I’m stuck. Then the PDF still prompts for a password when opening, or opens with blank white pages and the scanned text is gone. So there you have it, use https: This attempt protects from printing, but there’s no password assigned, so printing can easily be turned on:.

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This attempt password protects printing — but the pdf only displays blank pages — it erases the content:.

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I’m writing a script that pritn a folder where documents are scanned into PDF format. The script creates a thumbnail of the scanned PDF’s first page using Imagemagick.

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No luck – Here’s what happens This attempt protects proteced printing, but there’s no password assigned, so printing can easily be turned on: I went with using ghostscript instead For those who want to do something similar, execute this from your script: How do I use this? Others chilling in the Monastery: