Recover a Word doc editing restrictions password

Posted on 2011-10-25
Last Modified: 2012-05-12
Hi All,

I want to recover an editing password for a MS Word doc. Its ends with a doc So i presume its a pre 2007 version of word. Its a doc we need that a previous employee password protected.

Question by:kdonnelly81
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    Accepted Solution

    If possable contact the ex employee otherwise you will need to download a recovery tool, try
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    Assisted Solution

    Create a new, blank document. Choose the "Text from File..." item from the dropdown belonging to the Insert tab, Text group, Object button and insert the protected file.

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