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First, open the Office document you would like to protect. Click the File menu, select the Info tab, and then select the Protect Document button. Click Encrypt with Password. Enter your password then click OK.
Go to File, then click Protect Using Password. You can set the password only for editing the PDF or for viewing it. Type your password, then re-type it. Click Apply.
Add a shape to a PowerPoint 2011 or 2016 slide. Add a hyperlink to the shape. Save the file as PDF and open in Reader. The hyperlink is gone.
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