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Old 04-18-2010, 07:19 PM   #1
benj233
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Adobe LiveCycle Rights Management Problem

Hey,

I have a few documents that are protected via Adobe's LiveCycle Rights Management system from my University that I would like to print (which isn't possible/allowed).

Is there any way or are there scripts available that would scan the open PDF document and save the captured "images" in a new PDF file (e.g. this does not "hack" DRM thus doesn't break any laws).

Or is there any KNOWN method to remove LiveCycle from the PDF? I'm not asking for public tips or how-to's, I just want to know whether it is possible and I should keep looking or whether I can give up. Thanks a lot!
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Old 06-05-2012, 08:06 PM   #2
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Did you ever get a reply to this? I have a textbook also and I just want to be able to print a copy for highlighting/making notes/hard reference.
The book I have is over 160 pages long.

Thanks in advance.
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