secret – Put security classification marks in a document
The package puts a mark in the margin at the start of each paragraph, and at the top of a page when a paragraph runs over onto a new page.
The marks are programmed by commands \unclassified (mark ‘(U)’), \confidential (mark ‘(C)’), or \secret (mark ‘(S)’). The command \nosecret switches off marking.
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