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Once you've enabled page-level permissions, go to any page you'd like to edit permissions for and then click More actions, Sharing and Permissions. By default, all pages will use the same permissions as the entire site. You can modify this by choosing one of the three options. Clicking either of the "Start with the list below..." options and then clicking Save will open up the "Who has access" box for editing, so you can then add or remove specific users as needed.

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