You can password-protect report conversions so that you need to enter a password to print specific forms. For example: A check or a run of checks.
Note: This article does not include information on PDF encryption, PDF password protection, or password-protecting form templates. For that information, see:
Note: Every time you make changes to this form, go through these steps again to password-protect the conversion using the modified form. Make sure that you have completed all the changes on the FormDocs form template before continuing.
To add password protection during report conversion:
- Open the FormDocs form template.
- From the menu, choose File > Preview in Filler.
FormDocs Filler opens.
- From the FormDocs Filler menu, choose Tools > Protection.
- In Password to Open, enter the password for conversion and click OK.
Warning: Do NOT enter a password in Password to Modify. If you do, the form will not work.
- Retype your password to confirm it and click OK.
- From the menu, choose File > Save. Make sure you save this FDD file with the same file name and directory as the original FormDocs form template.
Note: By default, FormDocs form templates are saved in C:\Program Files\FormDocs\Templates.
Now, when you merge a report, you are prompted for a password:
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