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SOFT: a-PDF Restrictions Remover

Tuesday, July 13, 2010 ·

igm9dt.jpgA-PDF Restrictions Remover enables you to remove restrictions from PDF files that prevent you from printing, copying or editing the content. The program also allows you to remove the Owner and User password protection. A-PDF Restrictions Remover is easy-to-use and integrates with the Windows right-click menu, allowing you to remove the restrictions of the selected file, or create a copy with the restrictions removed, leaving the original intact.
Do you have a PDF (Adobe Acrobat) file which cannot be printed, copied, or edited? Your PDF file has had password security and other restrictions added.
With A-PDF Restrictions Remover, you can remove the password and restrictions in a few seconds. This program do support both user/open password and owner password, and do NOT need Adobe Acrobat software.
Easy To Use
A-PDF Restrictions Remover is extremely easy to use. Just right click the PDF file in Windows Explorer, and in the context-sensitive menu that pops up, select either the "Remove Restrictions" or "Remove Restrictions & Save as..." option. In just a few seconds, you will have a PDF file with no restrictions. You can edit, print, copy, and more with your PDF files.
And you can quickly adjust 'settings' so that the original restricted files are preserved with a .BAK extension, and/or have them save to a different default directory.
About PDF Security
When you see the Adobe Acrobat security icon at the bottom left of the Acrobat/Acrobat Reader program window, it indicates that the PDF file is secured. Place your mouse cursor over that 'locked' icon, and you will see a listing of the security options that were applied to the file.
For more information about a file's security settings, you can click 'File|Document Properties' in the Acrobat/Acrobat Reader menu bar. Then selecting the Security tab will show more detail about the file restrictions.
The standard security provided by PDF consists of two different methods and two different passwords, "user password" and "owner password". A PDF document may be protected by password for opening (user password) and the document may also specify operations that should be restricted even when the document is decrypted: printing; copying text and graphics out of the document; modifying the document; and adding or modifying text notes and AcroForm fields (using owner password).




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