Hello. I have noticed that a number of the PDFs in the Digital Library have overly restrictive security. My main issue is that notes and highlighting are disallowed; I comment on and highlight many journal articles using a PDF reader, and this security issue prevents me from doing this. A few examples are Kadous et al. (2003) in TAR 78 (3) and Hannan (2005) in TAR 80 (1). Can the security be removed from these files (as well as any others that may have this issue across the journals and years)?
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(And we're working with the vendor to try and get a better error message so this is more clear.)
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I am trying to play the multimedia appendixes to the Accounting Fraud in CIT case (Issues in Accounting Education - Teaching Notes 2011, issue 26 (3), pp. 40-52). I can play video but there is no sound. I checked the volume everywhere, and I have clear sound on other videos. What should I do? Thanks.
I can't log in! I've tried my AAA user id and password, and it doesn't work!