188.8.131.52.3 Options for Projects Autosave and Protection
Syntax: doc -ca
Reactivate the autosave options dialog. This dialog appears when saving (and autosaving) a big OPJ file, where you can elect to turn off autosave. Run this command to open the dialog and reset autosave options (See the Note under Controlling autosave settings).
Syntax: doc -cac
It will dump a message of autosave status.
Syntax: doc -cas
Reactivate the autosave options dialog and save the file. This dialog appears when saving (and autosaving) a big OPJ file.
Syntax: doc -pw password
Supply password for modifying project:
Provides Admin password set by doc -pwa (see next). Changes to project cannot be saved without password.
Syntax: doc -pwa
Password protect against modifying project:
Sets an Admin password for saving changes to the current project.
Syntax: doc -pwd
Password protect against opening project:
Opens a dialog to set or change the password for the current project. Password is required to reopen the OPJ.
Syntax: doc -pwr [password];
Remove Admin password from project:
If no password is specified, then you must first log in remove the password.
Syntax: doc -pwta;
List books/sheets with protection turned on.
Syntax: doc -pwx;
Logout of Admin mode:
Once logged out, no changes are permitted to anything related to protections.
Syntax: doc -log
Open the Audit Log dialog. Select Enable to track changes to the project. When first enabled, you will be prompted to establish an optional password for the Audit Log.
Syntax: doc -log1 [password]
Enable the Audit Log for current project with an optional password. If a password is set, you will need to enter the password when disabling auditing. This log can be viewed by anyone but can only be stopped by those who know the password.
Syntax: doc -log0 [password]
Disable the Audit Log for current project. If a password has been set, you will need to enter the password when disabling auditing.