Create Password Protect PDFs

Using a password-protected PDF can be useful when you want to restrict access to the content of the PDF file. This is particularly useful when the PDF file contains confidential or sensitive information that should not be accessed by unauthorized individuals.

To use a password-protected PDF, you will need to have the password to access the file. When you open the PDF file, you will be prompted to enter the password. Once you enter the correct password, you will be able to view and interact with the content of the file as usual.

It is important to choose a strong password that is difficult to guess or crack. A strong password should contain a mix of letters, numbers, and symbols, and be at least 8-12 characters long. Additionally, you should avoid using common words or phrases, as these can be easily guessed by attackers.

Overall, using a password-protected PDF can be an effective way to restrict access to confidential or sensitive information, but it is important to choose a strong password and keep it safe to ensure the security of the PDF file.