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I want to disable copy/write/edit ... option in my .pdf document. I don't want the document to be password protected ...

I am using LaTeX to produce the document.

Here is the shapshot of the document-properties that I would like my document to have ...

snapshot of document properties

I have tried with adobe acrobat ... but somehow I am not able to achieve the same document security properties ...

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    For this you can use the PDF Toolkit. However, it may only be restrictive when using Adobe to view the content. That is, other PDF viewers may not adhere to the restrictions, so this will not be fully secure. See Generate PDF that is not editable. – Werner Mar 22 '14 at 3:01
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    Related: Digital signature – Werner Mar 22 '14 at 3:04
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    There is no reliable method to do this as far as I know. Whether you use a password or not it is trivial to break. It is basically up to the editor to respect your restrictions. Why do you want to make your document inaccessible to users with disabilities anyway? – cfr Mar 22 '14 at 4:05

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