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Add Password to PDF

The security feature in iSkysoft PDF Editor 6 Professional for Mac allows you to encrypt PDF files or set permission on the files, so you can protect your PDF from opening, printing, or editing.
You can set open password and permission password to your PDF files. When you set open password, the users cannot open your PDF if they do not have the password. And the permission password is to limit others to edit, print and copy your PDF.

1Encrypt PDF with Password

Step 1: Open your PDF with the program, and go to the "Protect" tab, and click on the "Password" button to select the "Encrypt with Password" option.
Encrypt PDF with Password
Step 2: In the pop-up window, set the open password under the "Document Open" tab. After setting the "Document Open" password, the recievers will not be able to open your PDF file without the password. Or you can set the permission password under the "Permissions" tab. If you set the "Permissions" passwrod, it will restrict the recivers to edit, copy and print the PDF file. And then click "OK" to confirm the setting.
protect PDF with Password

2Batch Encrypt PDF Files

Step 1: In the Homepage of the program, click the "Batch Process" tab to open the batch processing window for encrypting multiple PDF files.
Batch Encrypt PDF files
Step 2: And click on the "Encrypt" > "Add Files" button to import the PDF files you want to add passwrods to. And you can process password settings on the right side control panel.
Batch Encrypt PDF files
Step 3: Click "Next" on the right side toolbar to set open password or permission password to multiple PDF files at one time. And then click on the "Add" button to confirm the password settings.
add password to pdf

3Remove Security

To remove security from PDF files, you can go to "Protect" > "Password" > "Remove Security", and enter the password in the pop-up window to remove security from the PDF. Please note that if you do not have the password, you will not be able to remove the security.
remove pdf password

4Check PDF Permissions

You can check the permission information of the PDF file by clicking "Protect" "Password" > "Permission Details" to check the security information.
Change PDF permissions

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