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I have forgotten the password on a MS Word 2010 document and I need help removing it
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Tapan Pattanaik earned 500 total points
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Hi cscpotterjl ,

Microsoft Word 2010 have such strong encryption that it's extremely difficult to crack the password.There is no other way, from within Microsoft Word, to recover the password.  No help from Microsoft to open the file. You can try password recovery tool from your own risk.

Smartky (The most convenient password recovery software)

www.recoverlostpassword.com

Password Unlocker:

www.passwordunlocker.com
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