This feature is only available in Acrobat.
Acrobat users can set predefined redaction codes, similar to custom text, to
appear over redacted areas. These codes often indicate why the material
was redacted. By default, code sets and entries are provided from the U.S. FOIA (Freedom
Of Information Act) and the U.S. Privacy Act. Redaction codes can be saved,
imported, and exported. This feature modifies the
Redaction code set files are stored by default at
<installation root>\Adobe\<product & version>\<product>\DocSettings\Redaction\<language>. You can also use the Files and Folders feature to add these files.
Adding code set files¶
To add a new code set file:
In the Select Language list, choose the language of the file you want to add.
Navigate to the file.
Removing code set files¶
To remove a code set file:
Select the file in the list.
Codes don’t save the current attributes for overlay text as part of the code definition, such as colors, font characteristics, and repetition or size of text. Codes only make the overlay text itself reusable in future sessions and by other users with whom you share code sets. You set other attributes for the code in the product’s Redaction Tool Properties dialog box.