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To password protect an Office document, first open it in Word, Excel, PowerPoint, or Access. Click the File menu at the top-left corner of the screen. On the Info pane, click the Protect Document button and select Encrypt with Password.
How to unlock a PDF to remove password security: Open the PDF in Acrobat. Use the Unlock tool: Choose Tools > Protect > Encrypt > Remove Security.
Select "Slide Master" in the View Ribbon. Click "Normal" in the View Ribbon. Paste and edit the slide's graphic. Right-click the slide and select "Format Background." Click "Hide Background Graphics." To use an image as the background, click the "Picture or Texture Fill" option.
Go to Finder > locate your file and double-click it to open it in Preview. Enter the password to unlock the PDF document. Once your PDF file is unlocked, click on File > Export as PDF > enter the file name and set its destination > hit Save. That's all, the new PDF file you just saved will no longer require a password.
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.
Open PowerPoint presentation and click Print. Select Universal Document Converter from the list of printers and click Properties. Go to File Format and select PDF Document. Select Password protected in PDF Standard like shown on the screenshot below.
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