Using the CopySafe PDF
Once the module is installed, you can now add CopySafe PDF to
your courses and pages from the inbuilt HTML editor. When adding
new content by creating a new resource as a "page" you can work
without layout limitations and display the PDF at any size that
you desire. However when adding new content by adding a resource
for "CopySafe PDF" you may be limited on the size that can be
displayed, in which case you may have to modify your Moodle
templates to increase the width/align position in your
respective theme CSS.
Adding CopySafe PDF to Pages
1. On the edit article, click on the [PDF] CopySafe PDF Button at the bottom of the Editor, this will open a popup window.
2. On this popup window, you can upload and embed CopySafe PDF
protected PDF in your current article. When inserting a protected image object, the necessary short code is automatically inserted into the post editor.
3. You can upload new image class documents or select from a list of already uploaded class files. After selecting an image class file you can then set the security options to apply to the page such as:
- Enable or disable protection from PrintScreen and screen capture
- Enable or disable the option viewing by computers using remote or virtual connections
- Enable or disable use of browser menus
- Enable or disable use of the keyboard
Note that you can only upload protected PDF that have a [.class]
You can create encrypted document files from the demo version of
CopySafe PDF Protector
to download). Until you have CopySafe PDF software and a protected PDF you can use the
. When prompted to upload or select
your first document, you can use those to get started.
NOTE: Displaying protected PDF online without Domain Lock is not
secure and only recommended for test purposes because unlocked
documents can be saved from the web page and uploaded to any
other website where the parameters can be set to allow printing
and screen capture. Using Domain Lock will prevent this exploit
so you must use it in your real environment at all times.