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Create Custom Permission level in SharePoint

We always get into scenarios to allocate permission to users like contribute permission level without the ability to delete the files. So for this scenario you can use this article has a reference.

Step 1) Click Site Actions à Site Settings

In Site settings page, Under Users and Permissions click on Site Permissions
Step 2) In Site permissions page click on Permission Levels

Step 3) Click on Contribute Permission level (Since we are going to customize the contribute permission level)

Step 4)
Click on Copy Permission level

Step 5) In List Permissions un-tick the Delete items – Delete items from a list and documents from a document library.

Step 6) Give name and Save the new SharePoint permission level (I have given Contribute without delete)

Newly added Permission level (Contribute without delete) will be now available in the permission levels.

Step 7) Now we can assign the new permission level to users .

How to enable Anonymous access in SharePoint 2010

Step 1)
Go to central admin site In Application management click on Manage web applications

Step 2)
Select the web application and click the Authentication Providers in the ribbon.

Step 3)
In Authentication Providers click on Default link

Step 4)
In Edit authentication, enable the Anonymous access.

After you click save, the web application will allow Anonymous access to be set, but you have to set this from the actual web application also.
Step 5)
Navigate to the top level site collection for the web application and click Site Actions > Site Settings > Site Permissions. From that menu you can click Anonymous Access:

From there select Entire Web Site and click OK: