I believe the security prompt is a function of the PDF viewer
application -- Reader or Acrobat, and doesn't have anything to do with
how the PDF is created. It may also be related to whatever security
settings you have on your system or network, but in either case it
doesn't have anything to do with Frame or how the PDF is created.
You may be able to twiddle your local Acrobat settings using the
Security Tools --- in Acrobat 9, they're under the Advanced menu item
and there may also be something under Preferences. But if you're
trying to turn it off so others won't see the prompt, I doubt there's
a way to do that.
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On Wed, Apr 22, 2009 at 7:42 PM, Pat Christenson <pxenson at comcast.net> wrote:
> Hi all -
> I have some Frame docs that include hypertext links to URLs. The
> links work fine when I use Ctrl-Alt-click to check them in Frame.
> Clicking the link in the generated PDF brings up a dialog that asks
> you to confirm that you trust the destination website. Is there a
> security feature I need to set when generating the PDF or after it's
> Frame 7.2
> Windows XP
> Acrobat Distiller 7.0.7
> Thanks in advance -
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