Subscribers are able to choose Document Settings for their document being converted. The options are available for any PDF document. To view the Document Settings on the Home page click on the Show link to expand the Document Settings view. It looks similar to the following image.
These options are also available when using the PDF4U printer.
We'll cover the following options, PDF Quality Setting, Permissions Password, Printing, Changing the Document, Content Copying or Extraction. It's all pretty basic and don't read anything more into this than what's there.
PDF quality setting:
The PDF quality setting allows you four choices. The default setting screen (low-resolution) uses the least amount of space and is usually good enough for most conversions. However, if you're finding that the images are not being converted properly or the quality is not what you need try converting using ebook. Prepress provides the highest quality image. If this is still not up to expectations or the graphics are not right then it might be an issue with the graphics image. The jpeg type image gives good results most of the time so you might want to try converting your graphics images to a jpeg format.
Password to open document:
This option allows you to enter a password in this field and the only people that will be able to open and read your PDF are the ones who can successfully enter the same password.
Password to change permissions and passwords:
This password, sometimes referred to as the Document Restrictions Password applies to the following options and allows only those individuals with the password to perform the selected operations.
Printing the document:
This option lets you choose if you want anyone to be able to print your PDF, if not then select Not Allowed and no one will be able to print it.
Modifying the document:
This one is not as critical because if you allow others to change it they must own a full version of Acrobat or some other software that allows editing PDF's.
Copy and paste:
This option allows others to cut and paste the content of your PDF and copy it into a Word document.