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Need MS Office Document Password Remover

Posted on 2010-09-09
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  This has happened to me on several occassions. An employee leaves and his Word and Excel documents are password protected. I have tried several programs that "profess" to remove and/or find the password but none of them seems to work. Does anyone have a recommendation on one that actually works?
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Question by:jimbecher
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Did you try Passware Kit Enterprise?
It's the best!
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If you just need it for Office Documents, then Passware Kit Standard 10.1 is enough.
http://www.lostpassword.com/kit-standard.htm
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well i have solution regarding your problem here.....   well just download the software from the the link blow...
http://www.freewordexcelpassword.com/downloads/FreeWordExcelpasswordrecoverywizard.zip

well this software only recovers word 2003 format files......

after the installation u may have to select the which you want o recover the passward then in directry tab "   first you creat a notepad file on your desktop then select that file here in directory recovey tab. then click  " GO " at bottom of the window.
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