This tutorial presents an easy way of learning how to use All-In-One Protector. It is designed for authors, technical writers, documentation specialists, developers, and anyone else who wants to provide copy protected files.
While completing these lessons, you will learn how to develop a project, to deploy the project and to use advanced features like Web Activation or integration into online shops.
Part I gives you a foundation for using All-In-One Protector features, including using styles and creating links. Part II provides hands-on experience of using additional features like menus, online shop integration or using the Activation Server.
The Online Tutorial is also available as a PDF document.
Available Updates (Version 8.0)
recently added - new features of version 8
•Works with Windows 10, Update 2004 (8/2020)
•Video Player supports MP4
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All-In-One Protector Version: 8.0
This document was updated: 4/5/2021