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Open PDF on Your Mac. The first thing to do is to open your PDF file containing the image or images you want to extract. Select PNG as Output Format. Next, click the "File" option in the top menu bar, then go to "Export To" "Image" "PNG (. Convert PDF to PNG on Mac.
Choose File > Set Password (from the File menu at the top of your screen), enter the requested information, then click Set Password.
Select the file or folder you want to encrypt. Right-click on that file and select Properties in the drop down menu. On the General tab, click the Advanced button. Check the box next to Encrypt contents to secure data Click Apply and then click OK.
Open a file in Acrobat and choose Tools > Protect. Select whether you want to restrict editing with a password or encrypt the file with a certificate or password. Set password or security method as desired. Click OK and then click Save.
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.
In the Preview app on your Mac, open the PDF that you want to password-protect. Choose 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. Type a password, then retype it to verify the password. Click Save.
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