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You are correct.
If I want to keep the PDF with the document (for convenience when I have many suppliers, manuals, datasheets) I might have a path that includes the supplier (so I can find the documents and PDF) but a supplier name which I don't want to disclose. If the folders on a server, the path could include the server address file:///home/steve/network/NAS/public/steve/ptsite/PT252Datasheet.pdf and in time more information about our network than I want disclosed.
The path discloses something of the OS
Sending -> email as pdf discloses the least. file:///tmp/mozilla_steve0/PT252Datasheet-1.pdf but is not the most convenient. Exporting to a usb drive also discloses a minimal amount of information, but again requires copying back to the document folder.


On 14/06/17 11:31, Remy Gauthier wrote:

I looked at the file properties in evince (Fedora 24) and Acrobat Reader (Windows 10), and the path looks like the path to where the PDF file is located (on my systems the path changes as I move the file around), not the path of where the file was initially created. Unless I am missing something?

I hope this helps.

Rémy Gauthier.

Le mercredi 14 juin 2017 à 09:41 +1200, Steve Edmonds a écrit :
When you create a PDF in writer the PDF properties has the path to the PDF.
Is there a way to suppress this. I am not so keen on publicising
information on file system or server location.


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