How to remove password from PDF document on Mac?
If you have to deal with a number of encrypted PFD files, or you need to decrypt PDF file with 400 pages, how could you solve the problem in seconds?
Some of my friends complained about the PDF restrictions that do not allow them to deal with the documents at all. On one hand, authors and the publishers prefer to set the password for PDF files so that the format and content can not be modified by others. On the other hand, we use password to protect the PDF documents in private.
However, sometimes these restrictions make us feel inconvenient. Is there any way to remove the passwords? In fact, PDF Password Remover for Mac can really handle all the troubles of restricted PDFs. It enables Mac users to import 200 files at one time. Moreover, the password can be removed in seconds even if the file has a number of pages.
When you open a locked PDF document with "Preview" application on Mac, you can easily see the permissions of the PDF document from "Tools-->Show Inspector" menu.
The user password refuses unauthorized people to view the file, unless you know the password. The owner password restricts the copying and printing operations of PDF. But the restrictions can be removed directly in three simple steps.
How to remove PDF password on Mac?
- Install PDF Password Remover for Mac on your computer and then launch it.
- Click “Add Files" button to add the PDF files you are going to decrypt.
- If you want to customize the output folder, choose “Customize” option and click “…” button to set destination for the decrypted PDF files.
- Hit on "Start" button to start decrypting process. The decryption will be finished in seconds.
Now, you can click “Open” to access the output directly. Don't you think the PDF Password Remover for Mac is very useful in our daily life to deal with the restricted PDFs? Download it and have a free try on your own, the password protected PDF will not confused you any more.