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    Can I lock an image?

    I've gotten tired of getting a document, printing it out, signing it, and scanning it back in. So, what I have done is scan in my signature. Then when I get a document, all I have to do is Add an Image to put my signature in the right place.

    Now, here's the problem... If I send it on to someone, it looks like they can remove my signature (image). Even if I set the Properties to Locked, it looks like the next person can uncheck the Lock box and delete it.

    Is there any way of making this permanent, so that no one (or at least no one but me) can remove or modify it?

    http://t.co/Xu*65LrPQR

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    Yes, You can lock the image after the permission of admin of the site.

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    To be honest, sending anything as a letterhead can be copied, whether 'locked' or not; all they have to do is a 'print screen' and presto, they'd have it.

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    Google will be your better friend in this ask and you will multiple s***estions by the way scanning through the topic you are looking for


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    Last edited by heema; 10-09-2014 at 03:09 AM.

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    sending anything as a letterhead can be copied, whether 'locked' or not.....????
    Last edited by tazy; 11-12-2014 at 03:29 AM.

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    Please tell me also how to lock image?

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    Sir, anything letterhead that is scanned can be copied. dnt think there's any point locking an image anyway. cos it is a fruitless effort.

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