Creating Self-Signed Certificates
To create a self-signed Digital ID
Select Document > Manage Digital IDs.
Click Add ID in the Digital ID Settings dialog box.
In the Add Digital ID dialog box, select the Create a Self-Signed Digital ID option and click Next.
Select New Digital ID File and click Next.
In the Create a Self-Signed Digital ID dialog box, type in at least your name and select a country as a User Attribute.
Type in a password (at least 6 characters), confirm it, and then click OK.
In the Save As dialog box, specify a location and a name for your Digital ID file and click Save.
The newly created self-signed certificate will be added to the Digital ID Files list.
See Sharing Security Certificates on how to use created certificates.
Certificates can be self-signed or created through a Certification Authority (CA). If you lose or delete a self-signed Digital ID, you will no longer be able to open files protected by it. If your Digital ID was created through a CA, you can retrieve the ID from them.
The program allows you to download multiple security certificates from the Windows Certificate store.