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Open the new PDF in Acrobat and Export to Word Double-click the file from where you saved it to open it in Acrobat. Once opened in Acrobat, click File From the File menu, select Export to > Select Microsoft Word > Select Word Document Rename the file if you want, then click Save.
Open a PDF file in Acrobat DC. Click on the Export PDF tool in the right pane. Choose Microsoft Word as your export format, and then choose Word Document.
Click the lock icon at the left side of the window and click Permission Details. You can also click File > Properties and click the Security tab. Click the Security Method box, select No Security, and click OK to remove the password. Click File > Save to save your changes.
Open a PDF file in Acrobat. Click on the Export PDF tool in the right pane. Choose Microsoft Word as your export format, and then click on Word Document. Click "Export". Select a location where you want to save the file, name your new Word file, and then click "Save".
With your document open, select the File tab. Click Save As and then choose a desired location for the document to reside. From the "Save As" dialogue box, select PDF from the "Save as type" dropdown list. Click the Options From the "Options" dialogue box, check Encrypt the document with a passphrase.
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.
Most PDFs can be unlocked! Files with an owner password can be unlocked instantly. However, if the file is thoroughly encrypted, you can only unlock the file by providing the correct password. Just upload your file and the password will be removed from your PDF.
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