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PDF Locker
PDF Locker lets you encrypt and secure your PDF contents at the push of a button.


Platforms:Windows 2000, ME, XP, Vista
Category:Security Tool To Protect Your PDF Documents
Released:February 2004
Updated:November 2008

PDF Locker Screenshots

PDF Locker is a security tool you install and run on your computer.

You load your PDF into PDF Locker, select your security settings and save the changes. That's how easy it is to use PDF Locker.

There are 14 different settings to choose from. You can change your security settings at any time by loading your PDF into PDF Locker again, enter your password, select the new settings and click 'Lock'.

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Main Screen After PDF Is Loaded

Main Screen

When you open PDF Locker you need to load your PDF for locking.

You can do this in one of 3 ways:

  • Right-click on your PDF
  • Drag your PDF into the tool
  • Use the 'Open' toolbar button
Remember, if the PDF is already secured or encrypted you will need to enter the correct PDF password before you can change the existing security settings.



'PDF Password' Box

If your PDF is already secured or encrypted then you need to enter the correct password before you can change the existing security settings.

Usually the only person that knows this password is the person that set the security settings. This means that if you do not have the password that was used to secure the PDF then you cannot change the PDF security settings.




'Check For Updates' Screen

Upgrade to the latest version easily by clicking the 'Check for Updates' link in the About box.

The latest update will be available for download and install every time a new release is ready.



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