Remove Password from PDF and Encrypt PDF for Macbook For Free

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The PDF document will prompt you to enter the password, Enter the security password. Here, the actual work starts, go to File option in the above >> Select Export. In Export As field rename your file and then, Uncheck Encrypt option. Click on Save. Press 'Unlock' Click OK.
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.
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.
To un-encrypt a PDF file, follow these steps: 1) Locate the encrypted PDF file you want to unencrypt, and open it in Preview on your Mac. 3) Once you're in the file, go to File > Export from the Menu Bar. 4) Make sure to rename the file, then make sure the Encrypt option is unchecked.
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