I have a document that has two different versions: the full version and the limited/restricted version. By limited/restricted, I mean that some sensitive information has been omitted from the full version. Now when I am using the following sentence, it seems confusing:
You can access the restricted version here. To access the full version, please submit a request.
This is confusing because usually by 'restricted version', we mean a version that only a limited number of people can access. However, I want to express that this version has limited information and is available to everyone whereas the full version is only available upon request. Is there a better way to express this? Is it not confusing at all?