With a browser window open, I want the user to be able to click on a link (from within a Flash movie) which will then bring up a popup window containing a PDF file.
The popup window must have no HTML or PDF toolbars (PDF page progression controls at the bottom are okay, but I don't want the big set of PDF toolbars), and, most importantly, this must be done in such a way that the PDF file cannot be saved by the user from within Internet Explorer, Netscape and Firefox either from right-clicking, or by File, and Save As through toolbar.
The tool bar must not be present from said browers. It should be viewable online, but not savable to the user's PC.
It's ok to use HTML Protector which can be reviewed for a 30 day trial period - can be downloaded and tested out from [url removed, login to view] .
If you use the HTML Protector software to accomplish the task, we will pay you to write instructions on how to use it.
Also, there is a CSS sheet which can disable "Save" at Cascading Style Sheets description is at:
[url removed, login to view] - teach a wqebmaster to use this or apply to a template, if need be.