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1Open Your PDF. Launch PDFelement on your computer. Click the "Open files" button on the Home window. 2Protect PDF from Copying and Editing. Go to the "Protect" tab, then click the "Set Password" button. Then select the option of "Permission Password".
Upload your document into the electronic signature application, such as our DocuSign eSignature application. Drag in the signature, text and date fields where the recipient needs to take action. Click send.
Open the PDF that you want to password protect, then click "File" in the taskbar at the top of the screen. Select "Export" from the dropdown menu. At the bottom of the pop-up window, check the box next to "Encrypt." Enter a password, then re-enter it where indicated to verify, then hit save.
1Open your document in Preview.2Click on the Pen icon.3Click the Signature button.4Select Create Signature.
In the Preview app on your Mac, click the Show Markup Toolbar button (if the Markup toolbar isn't showing), then click the Sign button . Follow the onscreen instructions to create and save your signature. Click the Sign button , then click the signature to add it to your PDF.
1In the Preview app on your Mac, open the PDF that you want to password-protect.2Choose File > Export, then select Encrypt. You can also enter a new name for the PDF if you want to create a passworded copy and keep the original PDF unencrypted.3Type a password, then retype it to verify the password.4Click Save.
Click on the signature icon. You'll see two options Trackpad and Camera. Record your signature. Click on the signature you created and then insert it into the PDF document. Mac: Camera. Preview will draw a virtual signature. Click Done.
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