Setting Access Permissions for Documents

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To set permissions for a document:

1.Search for or browse to the folder, sub-folder, or document for which you want to set access permissions.
2.Right-click on the folder, sub-folder, or document and select Access Control. The Permissions window opens.
4.To add access permissions for a user or a User Role, click the Add button. The Users and Roles tabs display in the Permissions window.
5.To add access for user(s), click the checkbox(es) for the user(s) for whom you want to set permissions and click the Add button to add a specific user or click the Add for everyone button to allow access for all users.  The selected user(s) display in the Permissions window with a default setting of No Access.
6. To add access permissions for User Roles, on the Roles tab, click the checkbox(es) for the User Role(s) for which you want to set permissions and click the Add button. The selected User Role(s) display in the Permissions window with a default permission of No Access.
7.To change the default permission of No Access, click in the Permission column for the user or User Role you want to change to display a drop-down list. Select the permission from the drop-down list.
8.If you are setting access permissions for a folder, click the Apply permissions from this object to all child object checkbox to propagate the access permissions to all sub-folders and documents.
Note: If sub-folders have specific access permissions set, they will override any access permissions propagated. Click the Replace all child object permissions with inheritable permissions from this object checkbox to not allow specific access permissions on sub-folders to override the permissions set on the parent folder.
10.Click the Save button to save the updated permission settings.

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