How to remove PDF Password?

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PDF Password Remover is absolutely a powerful and practical application to help you remove PDF Password Easily. The PDF Password Remover is designed to is designed to remove the password and restrictions (Owner Password) of PDF files. Right-click the PDF file, select Decrypt with PDF Password Remover from the shortcut menu, the restrictions will be removed in seconds.

Why choose PDF Password Remover?


Remove PDF Password and Restrictions

  • Decrypt encrypted PDF files which were restricted by author to prevent others from copying, editing or even printing
  • Remove the user/open password only if you key in the password correctly
  • Support importing Adobe PDF 1.0 – 1.7 formats (.pdf)

2 Efficient Decryption Modes

  • Batch decryption—Decrypt 200 PDF files at one time
  • Right-click decryption—Right click on a PDF file and decrypt it without launching the program

Miscellaneous

  • Extremely easy to use
  • User-friendly interface
  • Standalone, doesn’t need Adobe Reader or Acrobat to be installed
  • Support PDF files in any languages: English, Turkish, Thai, Latin, Korean, Greek, Cyrillic, Japanese, Chinese, German, French, Italian, etc.

It Can Not:

  • Remove PDF Password and Restrictions
  • 2 Efficient Decryption Modes
  • How to remove PDF Password?
    Sometimes we may come across some PDF materials which were download from the internet or sent by others. They are easy to read by free Adobe Reader yet some of them were password protected from opening, copying or printing. It is really tough if you urgently need to copy or print some PDF files. So is there any method to remove PDF password? The answer is yes. But first we need to know some definition about PDF password.

    Generally speaking, there are two types of password provided by Acrobat PDF standard security. They are user password and owner password. User password is also called open password, which protects PDF files from being opened without the password. And the Owner password is designed to lock edit and print functions of PDF files.

    So it turns to know how to remove password from PDF. And it would be essential to refer to an easy-to-use PDF password remover. According to the functions, the software could be classified into two types: PDF owner password remover and PDF user password remover. Here I recommend AnyBizSoft PDF Password Remover, which assembles both of the types of remover. Here are the steps of how to remove PDF owner password and user password.


    Step 1. Launch PDF Password Remover
    Download the PDF Password Remover and then install it. Click the shortcut button to launch it.

    Step2. Import PDF files

    Click Add and browse the local PDF files need to be decrypted. It allows you to import 200 files at one time. After the files are imported, the file information will be shown in the panel.

    Here you need to note that this PDF Password Remover can remove “owner password” directly. While for the PDF files with “user password”, you cannot remove the password unless you know the password. The “user password” protected PDF files is shown in the pane with a lock beside. If you need to remove the “user password”, just click on the lock beside the file in the pane and key in the correct password in the pop-out small window box and click OK to confirm the password.

    Step 3. Decrypt PDF files

    Click the Start button, and soon you can get the decrypted PDF files.

    Also there is a quicker way to remove PDF password with this PDF Password Remover, just right-click the protected PDF file and choose Decrypt with PDF Password Remover in the shortcut menu, you can remove the password from protected PDF file without launching the program!

    Sincerely hope this tip can do you much favor to learn how to remove password from PDF.

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This article was published on 2011/05/23