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You can do so in MS Word when you "save as " as pdf.
1. Select "PDF " in Save As dialogue box.
2. Click "Options", Options dialogue box opens and allows you to "encrypt
the PDF document"...
3. Check the checkbox and you can assign a password to that PDF Document.
Hope that helps.
On 28 Mar 2017 4:32 a.m., "Meryl R. Cohen" <merylster -at- gmail -dot- com> wrote:
I need to make a PDF where I can email it and require the recipient to
entre ap password before it can be opened. I will need to do this less than
10 per year, so paying for Acrobat DC Pro seems excessive. Usually I create
PDFs by just using the print to PDF function on my mac, but that doesn't
allow for any security.
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