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Redaction is a form of editing where information is permanently removed from a document. This is typically used to remove classified information so confidential documents can be distributed. Redaction consists of two steps:

  1. Marking content (text, images, or pages) for redaction. This creates a rectangle around the content to be removed and hovering over the redaction will show what it will look like when it's applied.
Redactions need to be applied for the content to be removed. Even if a redaction annotation obscures text from being viewed, it's still possible to get access to the information behind the redaction.
  1. Applying redactions to remove information. Typically, a black rectangle is used to cover up the redacted area but this can be configured to another color or to show overlay text. This step is irreversible and the content is permanently removed.

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