[scribus] Protecting pages on PDF forms

Luis Eva Ferreira luisef at clix.pt
Tue Jan 6 22:00:19 CET 2009

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> From: "Luis Eva Ferreira" <luisef at clix.pt>
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> I wish to ask for helpon the following topic
> I am new to Scribus, I am 0 (zero)  in programming, so I hope you will
> forgive me my ignorance on the this subject.
> I've created a very simple document in Scribus to convert into PDF.
> It is a 5 pages document,  each one is a form. The document must be fill
> by each of my 5 departments, each have their own page / form to fill and
> save in PDF using
> the PDF-Xchange Viewer, not to print.
> I wonder if I can protect each one of the pages, (for example with a
> different password for each page) so that each departmente can only  fill
> or changed is own page / form.
> Or alternatively protected by password, or other method, each field of  
> the
> forms.
> Thank you
> Luisef

I Ben
And there's no Java routine to make that kind of protection?

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