How did PDF Password Remover save your daySeptember 4th, 2012 | Posted by in pdf password remover
Problem：Had trouble with a restricted PDF file? Couldn’t copy and paste, couldn’t print the way you wanted, fill forms etc?
You have a bunch of PDF files on your computer that are protected by a long and complex password. You know the passwords but it still feels inconvenient and boring typing them each time you have to open a PDF file.
Is there a tool available that can remove password protection from PDF files? Someone asked me this question on Twitter the other day and the answer is obviously yes.
Here’s what you need to do:
Download：PDF Password Remover is a small and easy-to-use tool to decrypt protected Adobe Acrobat PDF files, which have “owner” password set, preventing the file from editing, changing, printing, selecting text and graphics and copying them into the Clipboard, or adding/changing annotations and form fields.
1. Launch the program and it will ask you for the location of the PDF file.
Click “Add File(s)” button to load the target PDF files needed to be decrypted. This program supports both owner and user password removal, so when you import such password-protected PDF files, you will need to type the password in the pop-up dialog box.
(Note: If you forgot the password, this tool cannot help you realize PDF password removal.)
2. Step4: Set output folder.
Simply by clicking “Browse” button and you then can specify a folder for the output PDF files.
3. Start to remove restrictions.
Click “Start” button, and you soon can get the PDF files without password restrictions.
For more tips, check this detailed guide on PDF tools.