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How do I password protect the PDFs you email me?

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"How do I password protect the PDFs you email me?"

For your security, all PDFs that 1st Money emails can be password protected, with a 4-digit Doc PIN.

To set your Doc PIN:

  1. First, open yourself on: MenuMe
  2. Then tap: DocsDoc PIN & doc sig.
  3. Type in the four digit number of your choice.
  4. And finally, tap: Save

To open a password protected paystub PDF:

  1. First, on your next payday, once you get your paystub email.
  2. Scroll down and tap the PDF, and it asks you for your PIN.
  3. And finally, type in your 4-digit Doc PIN, and your PDF opens.

Keep in mind that:

  • It's important to set your Doc PIN. Some PDFs you get by email may contain sensitive info.
  • If you ever forget your PIN, come back and tap the "Eye" button.
  • Alternatively, you could reset your 4-digit Doc PIN to something else.

For advanced usage:

  • If you ever need a non-password protected copy, PDFs downloaded from inside 1st Money aren't password protected.
  • Your filed paystub PDFs can be found at: PayPaystubs history
  • Your filed tax form PDFs can be found at: TaxTax forms history
  • And your sent or received HR Doc PDFs can be found at: DocsDocs history

And that's it! That's everything you need to know about password protecting PDFs you get by email!

Updated: Sat, Feb 10, 2024.

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