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In Disk Utility, go to File > New Image > Image from Folder Now, select the folder you want to password protect. You can save this new folder as anything you want. And after that, click Save. Click the padlock icon and select Lock Note. Click Set Password.
Choose Tools > Protect > Encrypt > Remove Security. Remove Security: The options vary depending on the type of password security attached to the document. If the document has a Document Open password, click OK to remove it from the document.
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.
Just right-click on the PDF file you wish to unprotect and select Open With followed by Preview. It will launch the file in Preview on your Mac. Since the file is password protected, the app should ask you to enter the password for the file before you can view its content.
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.
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