Many times we like setting password to prevent others from unauthorized accessing and improper using of PDF files. What if we forget the passwords set by ourselves? In this situation, how can we modify our PDF files? Is there any easy way to solve this sort of problem ?
As we know, the PDF files always be protected by user password and owner password. The user password also called an document open password. Unless you have the user password, you can not view the PDF files directly. Here I'd like to put the emphasis on how to decrypt PDF owner password which restricts printing and copying operations.
If you forget the owner password of your PDF files, you can create an unprotected copy of the source file without searching password any more. PDF Password Remover for Mac is such a professional software to create a copy of the source PDF file which do not have any restrictions. Let's see how it works in detail.
1. Install PDF Password Remover for Mac on your computer and launch it. 2. Drag the protected PDF files to the program directly. 3. Select the "Preferences..." option from menu bar to set destination for decrypted PDFs.
4. Hit on "Start" button and the decryption process will be completed instantly.