You can get some basic information about the opened documents via File Info when viewing it within PDF Reader Pro. All the properties associated with the document are divided into three sections, Abstract, Creation, and Access. Some of the information is made by the creators of this document, and some are automatically yielded. Note that PDF Reader Pro for Windows does not support modifying any of the information at the current stages.
1. Go to Documents and open a PDF file as needed;
2. On the reading page, click in the upper right menu bar;
3. Click File Info under Viewer to see the details about your document;
4. A pop-up window will show the Abstract, Creation and Access information about the document.
The name, title, and author, subject, and keywords are set by the person who creates the document through different source applications. The size is auto-generated, which shows the space the file takes up.
This area also shows automatically generated information such as the PDF version, the number of pages, the creator and producer, and the date the document was created and modified.
It describes whether the PDF document has been imposed by any security constraint such as password, certificate, or security policy. You may also be informed if you have the right to copy or print the contents within the document.