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Can you put a password protect on a PDF?
Open the PDF and choose Tools > Protection > Encrypt > Encrypt with Password 6. 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.
Is there a way to extract pages from a PDF?
Open the PDF in Acrobat DC, and then choose Tools > Organize Pages or choose Organize Pages from the right pane. In the secondary toolbar, click Extract. Specify the range of pages to extract. In the new toolbar, do one or more of the following before you click Extract:
How do I password protect a PDF without Acrobat?
Open a Word document via Microsoft Word. Click File and choose Save As. Select Browse where the PDF will be saved. Pick PDF (*.pdf) from the Save as type dropdown. Hit the Option button. Enable the Encrypt the document with a password option then click OK. Enter and reenter your password and click OK.
How do I extract pages from a PDF on a Mac?
First, open up the PDF file in Preview (Acrobat might work too). Then select Print, and under Pages choose the range of pages you need to extract. Then click Preview. Those pages will open up in a new window and you can select Save As from the file menu to save the extracted portion.
How do I password-protect a Pages document on a Mac?
Change a password: Choose File > Change Password (from the File menu at the top of your screen). Enter the requested information, then click Change Password. Remove a password: Choose File > Change Password. Type the old password, then click Remove Password.
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