You’re a Secret Agent!
Admit it. At one time or another, you’ve been a secret agent, probably when you were a kid. My name? It’s Cavalaris… Sandy Cavalaris. You know, it just doesn’t have the same ring as you know who. But it’s still fun to think that you can play with all those cool toys. Well, one of them anyway.
With Monarch, you really can use at least one high tech toy. Did you know that you can you use Monarch to create documents that can only be accessed by supplying a password, and that the document itself will be really, really secure?
It’s true. By using Monarch for any old text file, not just business reports or lists, you can export it to the PDF format. Then you have the option to encrypt it with AES (Advanced Encryption Standard, and no, I don’t even pretend to understand any of this).
Further, you can choose to require that a password be supplied just to be able to open the file for viewing. Just don’t supply the password for the PDF in the body of the same email in which you attach that PDF file. There are plenty of prying eyes and after all, you are trying to make it reasonably difficult, if not impossible, to access your file without the password.
It’s a fantastic feature that you can take advantage of without having Adobe Acrobat at your disposal.
So even if you don’t have a magnetic, laser cutting watch, or a car that goes underwater and shoots torpedoes, you can still be a secret agent and excel with Monarch.