Tool to open PDF document used to open PDF documents. PDF File Manager is also available as a Google Chrome extension. Advertisement How to Encrypt PDFs on Windows / Mac There are tons of tools available for encrypting PDF files. As per the instructions below, the following steps need to be performed to encrypt files using a password. 1. Open Windows Explorer. 2. Navigate to “Program Files” folder and open the folder titled “Encrypted”. 3. Right click on “Encrypted” and select “Run as Administrator”. 4. Click “Open”. 5. An Encrypted dialog box will start popping up. Enter the password which is given by Encrypt. 6. Click “ok” button, and it will encrypt the PDF file which is stored in the folder. 7. Right-click on the encrypted PDF and select “Decrypt” option to decrypt the PDF file. 8. Click “Decrypt”. How to Encrypt PDF on Linux There are similar tools available in the below-mentioned link that make encrypting PDF easy. How to Encrypt PDF on Chromebook There are another tool for encrypting PDF files. This is a very easy and secure tool if you are using this Chromebook. Encrypt any PDF file using a password as explained in this guide. Step-by-step tutorial 1. Plug the Chromebook to your computer. 2. Open Files app which is located in the Settings. 3. Select “Add”, and then “Open folder” to add folder where files are installed. 4. Select 'Documents' and select the PDF files folder and the file which has the password. 5. Click “Add” to add the file to the Google Drive. 6. Once uploaded on the storage, go to Files app again and right-click the folder which has been uploaded and select “Remove entry.” 7. Right-click on the “remove” and select “Open” 8. After a minute, you can delete the PDF files, and then you can decrypt the file using the password. 9. Click “Add” to add the file to the Google Drive. 10. After uploaded on the storage, go to Documents app again and select the file which has the password. 11.
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Choose the “Password Protect PDFs” check box. Apple Support Set a password for an work document in Documents Apple Support Set a password for opening or printing a document Open a document in the default editor, then choose File > Passwords. Choose the password you want to set and click Set. In the Apple Support document, you'll see a button for setting a password. You'll enter a passcode the first time you open the document, but after that you can use the keyboard shortcut (Command + Option + 6) to change the password instantly. Once the password is set, the password protection will be off by default, which means an outsider can edit the document. Setting a password for a document in the standard browser window doesn't require any special software or instructions. If the document is stored at iCloud, iCloud Drive, or at iCloud.com, the password will already be stored (see below). If you're using a document at iTunes, you must select the document and create a passwordit's encrypted on disk. Setting a password for an work document in the standard browser window will only save the document on disk. If you want to transfer the file, you'll have to take that with you.