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Go to File > Open. Find the PDF, and open it (you might have to select Browse and find the PDF in a folder). Word tells you that it's going to make a copy of the PDF and convert its contents into a format that Word can display. The original PDF won't be changed at all. Select OK.
Click the Options button at the bottom of the save dialog window that appears. At the bottom of the options window, enable the Encrypt the document with a password option and click OK. Enter the password you want to encrypt the PDF file with and then click OK.
Open the PDF and choose Tools > Protection > Encrypt > Encrypt with Password 6. If you receive a prompt, click Yes to change the security. 7. Select Require A Password To Open The Document, then type the password in the corresponding field.
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