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Customer would like to have the option to disable Form/ActiveX controls embedded within an Office document (docx, xlsx, pptx, etc.) when converting these documents to a PDF using PrizmDoc's CCS. This would provide a simple way to "lock" the values contained within these forms so that they can no longer be edited.
Our engineering has investigated this request, and provided the following summary:
1. We can extend PrizmDoc Office conversion service to allow the administrator to configure the service to always disable the action of external hyperlinks, which means that the result PDF will keep all text formatting for the hyperlink (it will still look like a hyperlink), but the user won't be able to click on it, b/c there will be no action information in the PDF (and there will be no action information in PrizmDoc HTML 5 viewer).
2. Please also be aware that the following "detoxification" steps are already supported in the currently available version of PrizmDoc:
3. Please also note the following 2 special cases:
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