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Open the PDF file you need to add pages to. Click 'Merge' on to add another file. On the preview screen, you can rotate, delete or rearrange the added files in any way you'd like. Afterward, click 'Merge' again on the top right corner to save your new file.
Drag and drop your PDF into the PDF Splitter. Choose to 'Extract every page into a PDF' or 'Select pages to extract'. For the latter, select the pages you wish to extract. Click 'Split PDF', wait for the process to finish and download.
Protecting PDF files with Safeguard is very simple. Right-click on your PDF files, then in Safeguard Secure PDF Writer, choose the PDF protection options: Stop printing, allow printing or limit the number of prints. Add dynamic watermarks to viewed and or printed pages.
Set criteria for dividing your file. In the secondary toolbar that opens, use the Split by drop-down menu to specify if you want to split the PDF file by number of pages, maximum file size, or top-level bookmarks. Set output options to split your PDF, then click OK. Click the Split button, then click OK again.
Open the PDF and choose Tools > Protect > Encrypt > Encrypt with Password. If you receive a prompt, click Yes to change the security. Select Require a Password to Open the Document, then type the password in the corresponding field.
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