Not everyone’s ok with the default settings of Abode Reader. Because Adobe’s product focuses on delivering services for the greater good of its users. Mainly they help users protect their PDF files from the offline & online threats. And also open such file formats without using any insecure utilities.
But when you have the full version of Adobe Acrobat, then you can also tweak settings of an individual PDF file. Many users are unaware of the fact that they can only make any customization with PDF files when they have registered with Adobe. So for users who don’t know much about tweaking such settings, I’ve drafted a guide. I’ll tell you exactly what you to do to Change Security Settings of a PDF File. It’s a simple method that you can do directly from Adobe Acrobat.
How Do I Change Security Settings of a PDF File?
To tell you the truth, the following guide can only be implied by the owner of a PDF file. Meaning, if you have stored this file in your account, then only you’ll be allowed to customize it according to your needs. Else, no third-party user can edit them for you or even mess with them without your knowledge.
- Open a PDF file via Adobe Acrobat.
- Navigate to Menu and select “Protection”
- Click on “Encrypt” and from there, select “Manage”
- A new tap will open allowing you to make further customizations:
- Add or remove passwords.
- Encrypt the whole file or only parts of it.
- Change access privileges.
- After you are done selecting the right options, click on the Ok button.
- Now select the file and hit Save.
After implementing the above-provided steps, the changes will be saved on a specific PDF file. If you like to do the same for other files, you need to perform the same method individually for them.
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