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.
Maybe you are interested in the following packages as well.
- censor: Tools for producing redacted documents
- acronym209: An algorithm package developed for LaTeX 2.09
- cyrillic209: Provides basic LaTeX 2.09 font access to the Washington cyrillic fonts
- add-wes: A "book" style for Addison-Wesley house style