How to CHANGE a permissions password that I never set in the 1st place
I cannot edit PDF's because I need to enter a permission password to do so. However I never set one in the first place, only the one to sign in to my Adobe account.
If you have created this file?
If not, it must be the creator who had set the password for making it non-editable.
Never set up a password for document. Now it is asking for password to open. Security features in file properties all give full permission with no restrictions. I created the file.
I have the same issue out of the sudden my files all require passwords that I did not set. I am stuck.
Le-Mon Davis commented
Is someone going to fix this phantom password problem? Or immediately refund everyone's money for this problematic program that restricts your work with unknown passwords that we've never added to our PAID for accounts.
Ricardo Zarate commented
Need further explanation; I am in the same predicament as the original inquirer. I set up my school account, and when I wish to edit my PDF it asks for password I was NEVER prompted to set up. And yes, it is MY pdf.
Also, which password could it possibly be asking about?
Same issue, please help. I am the creator of the file. I am the only person that uses the account. I did not make a permission password when I signed up. I did not restrict editing for anything. So why can't I edit.