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Another password question


 
Cheryl I have the option under the Build tab to assume the position of someone with or without a password.   But, I do not ever get a chance to enter a password, to experience what a reader experiences to enter a password.  If I tell the compiler that I do not have a password, it just says I need one.  It doesn't give me the option to enter one.  I would like to see so that I can direct the reader beforehand.   Is there a pop-up or ?????

Thanks if you know,
Cheryl


Posted on: 3:07 am on December 2, 2002
EBookCompiler Go to Edit Security, check the password option, add at least one password, then go to Files tab, and password protect one or more of your files

Posted on: 3:59 pm on December 2, 2002
Cheryl All of my files are password protected already.   Am I missing something in the translation of your advice?
Thanks for your reply,
Cheryl

Posted on: 1:36 am on December 3, 2002
EBookCompiler Go to Build, and there is an option called My Password status, set it to the option for the password not yet entered.

Next time you run the book, you should be able to enter the password, by clicking the Key button, using the equivalent menu, or pressing Ctrl+K


Posted on: 5:21 pm on December 15, 2002

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