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    Posted: 30 Sep 2014 at 2:52pm
I need to place a 'Terms and Conditions' note at the front of some PDFs with a checkbox [or similar action] to ensure that the viewer has seen this note. It's important that they don't easily gain access to the document pages without performing the action (i.e., checking the box) to confirm that they have read and understood the accompanying note. Is there an option already in the latest version of Acrobat Pro or does anyone know of any tools which might cover this? Thanks in advance :)
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Your problem is that PDF is about enabling access, not blocking it. You have no control over whether a person can scroll to another page, it's considered THEIR document to read once they have it.
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If you don't need a 100% fool-proof solution then there are various ways it can be done using scripts.
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Hi Ian,

This is an advanced solution to develop, but you could do something like this sample-
http://www.windjack.com/DownLoads/LicenseDialogExample_Sec.pdf
Note it must be opened in either Acrobat or Adobe Reader to work- if viewed in a browser the user will not have the option to read or accept the terms in order to view the rest of the PDF. That is explained in the Cover sheet you see when you first open the PDF.

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