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How to Crack Remove Document Protection in Word

 
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PostPosted: Sun May 20, 2007 4:19 pm    Post subject: How to Crack Remove Document Protection in Word Reply with quote

If you are using office XP or 2003, you can change the view to HTML-Code using Microsoft Script-Editor by pressing the [Alt]+[Shift]+[F11] key combination.

Search for "Password" and you will find somethimg like this:
<w:DocumentProtection>ReadOnly</w:DocumentProtection>
<w:UnprotectPassword>19E8E61E</w:UnprotectPassword>

To remove the protection:
-Just remowe those two lines, and after saving the document , the protection is gone.

To remove the password:
-replace the Password, here "19E8E61E", with "00000000", save the Document and close "Script-Editor".

Alternative you can save your document as .html and use a html-Editor.
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 13, 2020 9:09 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Creating an RTF File
Open the locked Microsoft Word file. While you can't actually edit its contents, you do have the ability to save the file into a new format. Open the “Save As” menu by pressing "Ctrl-Shift-S" and select “Rich Text Format” from the drop-down menu. Name the file whatever you want and save it somewhere convenient. The RTF file will not retain the password protection.

Copying the Contents
Close the original Word document and double-click the new RTF file you created. This file will open in Word and will be identical to the original, with the exception of having no password protection. Copy the contents of the file by pressing “Ctrl-A,” then “Ctrl-C,” then create a brand-new blank Word document. Press "Ctrl-V" to paste the contents into your new document. You're now free to edit the document as needed.
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