Protecting Documents (computer question)

Discussion in 'Elementary Education' started by Jenlovestoteach, Jul 13, 2007.

  1. Jenlovestoteach

    Jenlovestoteach Comrade

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    I upload all my project worksheets and rubrics that I create to my website for kids to download in case they lose... I want to start protecting the files so that they can download and save them, but cannot edit them or copy and paste them.... I know how to protect a document in Word on my computer, but when I attempt to upload it to my website the protection disappears... I hope someone can help me out with this! Thanks!!
     
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  3. nytwinbee

    nytwinbee Rookie

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    You can probably convert it to a pdf file, most people cannot make any changes to it, or you can save it as an image file, which also cannot be edited.
     
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    Caesar753 Multitudinous

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    I convert mine to .pdfs for this same reason. You can sometimes find programs to do this for free, otherwise you can invest a little money in Adobe Acrobat.
     

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