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Choose Apple menu > System Preferences, then click Parental Controls. Click the lock icon to unlock it, then enter your administrator name and password. 2. Select a user, then click Enable Parental Controls.
Open a file in Acrobat and choose Tools > Protect. Select whether you want to restrict editing with a password or encrypt the file with a certificate or password. Set password or security method as desired. Click OK and then click Save.
The JPG image will pop-up in the Preview window. In the dropdown menu, scroll to find Export to PDF. Here you will have the option to change the name of the newly converted PDF document and save it to a certain location or folder on your Mac.
Click the File menu and now hold down your Command key. The Duplicate option will change in to Save As, click that. Give the file a name (or keep the same name) and click the Encrypt box. Enter a password and save the file.
Click the lock icon at the left side of the window and click Permission Details. You can also click File > Properties and click the Security tab. Click the Security Method box, select No Security, and click OK to remove the password.
In Windows XP Pro, you can right click an image (or other file), and select Properties. Go down to Attributes and click the button that says Advanced. The lowest of the four options says: Encrypt contents to secure data.
Open the PDF in Acrobat. Use the Unlock tool: Choose Tools > Protect > Encrypt > Remove Security. Remove Security: The options vary depending on the type of password security attached to the document.
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