Okay, so now that I've been making clip art, one of my very fabulous customers was checking in with how to lock down the images I just custom made for her. Turns out my old way didn't work so well, and her way degraded the images and they didn't look as amazing as they started. So I figured out another way!
Here is a step-by-step process to create a security setting that once it is created, it can be used with the click of a button EVERY time! You never have to do this again!
Here is my document, open in Adobe Acrobat, it should look very similar in Adobe Reader. If you use Reader, I'd love if you told me if this works for you! Please, please, please!!
Where it says "New" in my sloppy writing, that's what we're going to create
It says "Start here" at the words "Manage Security Policies," click that!
*VERY IMPORTANT* People want to print what they buy from you, so change "printing allowed" to "high resolution." Make sure the "allow copying text, images" is NOT checked. Select a password and write it down somewhere because you cannot remove the security setting without the password!!
CURRENTLY!!! Oh how we all LOVE Farley!
Loving- It was a gorgeous 80 something degrees today!
Thinking- My students go nuts at the end of the year and I'm wondering how long I can keep some semblance of normal!
Wanting- I know spandex shorts sound weird. I do CrossFit and in the gym it was 90+ degress this week. I swear it was like bikram CrossFit! My running shorts don't have stretch and when I got all hot and sweaty my shorts stuck to my legs and it was hard to do our workout in them.
Needing- Do you know what happens after 7 years of teaching? You end up with a LOT of junk! I have 20 copies in random folders of stuff I may never need copies for but I told myself I was "saving paper" by not recycling it earlier. I now regret that decision!
Bucket list- Self explanatory!
Did my tutorial help you? I'd love to know!