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Setting a Password

You can set a password on a PDF document so that only users who know the password will be able to open the document.

To save a PDF file with a password, click Set Password in the Tools tab. A new window will open. Click Browse to select the PDF file you want to set the password on.

Next, select the Require a password to open the document check box, and enter the password.

Click on the Set Password button.

Note: To protect your data against accidental loss, Smart PDF Converter does not allow you to overwrite existing files. It will append “modified” after the file name, or you can also select a totally different file name.

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