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    Protected content in Office documents should carry over into a document that is printed to PDF using Microsoft Print to PDF. If I have a Office document that is labelled "Confidential" and that label includes protection when a user prints that to a PDF, the label and protection should be included on the PDF. The majority of users don't have the full version of Adobe and primarily use the Print or Save to PDF options included in Microsoft Office.

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    The original feature of enabling labeling capabilities in Mac OS is currently available in public preview.
    This suggestion was forked from the original general request to release an AIP client for Mac. Applying protection for non-Office files is currently available using the Mac RMS Sharing app which is not deprecated (unlike the Windows release). Therefor the suggestion is standing in order to release an AIP Client for non-Office files in Mac and currently updated to “Under Review”

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