How to protect and lock a PDF with password before sending through email?
MathewGeorge_YahR7B622 39 weeks ago
Is there any way to password protect and lock a sensitive PDF file before sending as an attachment through email? I cannot afford Adobe acrobat pro and free primopdf didn’t work for me as well. Any help will be appreciated!
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