Thanks for your help.
pdftk is cool for that purposes.
On Fri, Oct 29, 2004 at 09:44:35AM +0200, Francesc Serra Graells wrote:
> Hans F. Nordhaug wrote:
> >On Fri, Oct 29, 2004 at 11:12:11AM +0800, Bataa Lkhagvasuren wrote:
> >>Hello, list members
> >>I face a little problem with pdf output file.
> >>What I want to get is simply pdf file which is protected by password for
> >>opening(editing) from Latex source.
> >>I use the combination of Miktex 2.4 & Winedt 5.4 & Acrobat reader 6.0 &
> >>Ghostview & Ghostscript.
> >>After investigating dvipdfm options, it seems there is no such a feature.
> >>Can you please take me to right trend?
> >Use another to post-process the pdf file. There are several open source
> >1) Multivalent - http://multivalent.sourceforge.net/Tools/
> >2) iText - http://itextpdf.sourceforge.net/ and
> In the same direction, I would strongly recommend:
> 3) pdftk - http://www.accesspdf.com/pdftk
> and a nice GUI application for its usage:
Yes, pdftk seems like great program. I would recommend trying it before
Multivalent or iText. Thx for the suggestion.
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