- A trainer plans to make print copies for 10 people. She buys one PDF for $9.95 and 9 user rights for $3.95 each. She prints out the PDF, using the password sent with the order to open the PDF, and prints 10 copies.
- A trainer wants to send the PDF to 10 people. She pays for 10 PDFs at $9.95 and sends them to her users. The higher price reflects our best guess about the increased risk to us of unauthorized use that accompanies an expanded pool of PDFs in circulation. We make major effort to keep prices accessible to trainers in price-sensitive environments. Thus we depend on integrity of trainers in paying us for copies used.