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Jul 27, 2020

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Hi! How do I encrypt a pdf on here from my iPhone 11?

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Adobe Community Professional , Aug 04, 2020
Bernd Alheit Adobe Community Professional , Aug 04, 2020
Without a subscription you can't set a password.

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Adobe Community Professional , Aug 01, 2020
ls_rbls Adobe Community Professional , Aug 01, 2020
This question has nothing to do with the Acrobat Reader mobile app. You should consult with Apple support. See here: https://support.apple.com/guide/pages-ipad/password-protect-a-document-tanca246d3ac/ipados Now, if you're actually asking about how to protect a PDF with a password using the Acrobat Reader mobile app ( so that no one can open it),  that is a new feature that was introduced in the last update.  When it comes to using the term "encrypt' interchangeably with "password protected", it...

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Jul 28, 2020

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Not possible with Acrobat Reader.

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Aug 01, 2020

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This question has nothing to do with the Acrobat Reader mobile app.

 

You should consult with Apple support.

 

See here:

 

Now, if you're actually asking about how to protect a PDF with a password using the Acrobat Reader mobile app ( so that no one can open it),  that is a new feature that was introduced in the last update. 

 

When it comes to using the term "encrypt' interchangeably with "password protected", it creates confusion;  since when you apply  password protection to a document file it  doesn't necessarily mean that it is also applying encryption to a document. 

 

If you're using the Acrobat Reader mobile app in an iOS device, open a PDF file and see if you get the following options (see slides below; at least in Android this is a new feature that was introduced in the last Acrobat Reader mobile app update):

 

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Most Valuable Participant ,
Aug 03, 2020

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When you set a PDF password, the rules of PDF say it must be encrypted. So it's not a bad synonym.

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Adobe Community Professional ,
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Thanks for clarifying that. 

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Adobe Community Professional ,
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Without a subscription you can't set a password.

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