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Problems with secure PDFs in Preview


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I recently saved and secured a PDF with Adobe Acrobat 9. While the document is secure when I open it with Adobe Acrobat or Reader, there is no security when I open up the same document with Preview... So much for the 256 bit encryption...

Has anyone else experienced this problem?


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Barry
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