Customer Questions and Answers

Customer Questions and Answers

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Question:

Is there a way I can password protect a PDF document? Thanks!

Answer:

By Daryl on June 03, 2018

Sure! All you need to do is go to AltoProtectPDF.com and drag and drop the files you wish to password protect into the box. It only takes a few seconds. This service is one hundred percent secure and free.

Question:

How do I protect a PDF file from being copied?

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By David on May 29, 2018

With AltoProtectPDF.com you can assign a password to your PDF so it can’t be opened by anyone who tries to download or copy it without your authorization. It’s totally free and as simple as abc. Great service!

Question:

How can I create an encrypted PDF without Adobe Acrobat?

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By Donald on May 21, 2018

I think what you’re looking for is a free online tool such as AltoProtectPDF. You can use it from any internet connected device. Assign a password to your file and download it to your HD. It also features the possibility to edit your PDF afterward.

Question:

Wondering if anyone could suggest a good freeware that will help me to password protect multiple PDF documents with a different password for each file. Any ideas?

Answer:

By Janna on May 22, 2018

It’s actually much more simple than you think. Open AltoProtectPDF (a free browser application), select PDFs from your computer or cloud storage and just drag and drop them into the box. Next, specify a password for each of them. No need to install or download anything!

Question:

How do I set a password for a PDF file and send it to someone I know?

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By Ronald on May 17, 2018

There’s this great web platform called AltoProtectPDF. With this tool you can do both without leaving your browser. First, add your file to the web app, then specify a password. As soon as it’s ready, choose what else you’d like to do with your PDF document i.e. edit or email it or whatever.