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The TROY SecureRx uses a copy-void pantograph, to prevent unauthorized copying. The pantograph is a hidden feature that appears across a photocopied version of a securely printed precription in the form a word such as "VOID", "Illegal" or "Copy".
Microprinting can be used to prevent unauthorized copying of prescriptions. When using this very small font, which is readable when viewed at five times magnification or greater, it will appear illegible when copied.
TROYmark is a unique watermark of user defined variable data, printed diagonally across the back of each prescription. With fields such as the patient name drug being prescribed and quantities this intelligent anti-tampering technology helps to verify that each prescription has not been altered.