How to remove open password from encrypted PDF files on Mac?
About PDF password:
There are always two kinds of password adopted in PDF files:
- User password. It is also called PDF open password used for protecting the PDF files from opening by others. Only people who enter the password can view the encrypted PDF file.
- Owner password. This kind of password is used to protect the PDF files from changing by others. You can not print, copy and edit the file unless you have the password.
Nowadays, many people like setting password to protect their privacy. Have you ever met the situation that the PDF file could not be viewed normally? When you opened the PDF file by "Preview" program, it required you to type the password. Sometimes, encrypted PDF files can get really annoying. If you want to remove the user password from encrypted PDF files, what you need is a PDF Password Remover.
PDF Password Remover for Mac is an easy-to-use PDF cracker that helps Mac users to remove PDF open password in seconds. What's more, the printing, editing and copying restrictions can be removed as well. Just with three simple steps, you can get decrypted PDF files at ease.
Step by step to remove PDF open password on Mac:
- Step 1, Installation
Install the program on your Mac computer and then launch it.
- Step 2, Import PDF files
Click “Add Files” button to import the encrypted PDF files to the program.
- Step 3, Remove PDF password
When you are adding the PDF files to the program, it will pop up a dialogue asking you to type the PDF open password. After you typing the password, hit on "Start" button to start removing process.
Later, you can to go source folder to get the decrypted PDF files and reuse the them as you like.
Note: To remove the PDF open password, you need to know the password in advance.