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FORGOT PASSWORD FOR MS WORD FILE

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HELP.  I created a password for my daughter's ms word file to keep little brother out of it and now I can't remember it.
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May be you can try the following sites, they have working demo for cracking MS WORD.
Hope it will help you. =D

http://www.crak.com/download.htm for MS Word 95
http://www.lostpassword.com/msofpass97.htm for MS Word 97

Cutetech
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cz,

The file you are looking for is called wd32setu.exe

It can be found at the following URL's :

     http://sunsite.informatik.rwth-aachen.de/Mirror/winsite/win95/winword.html

     http://www.winsite.com/win95/winword/page2.html

Hope this helps.

Steve

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by:cz071498
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The link specified does not open.  I used http://www.crak.com/download.htm for MS Word 95.
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cz,

Have you tried wd32setu.exe ? What happened ?

Steve
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