View Single Post
  #1  
Old Mar 21, 2012, 09:49 PM
camby23 camby23 is offline
Junior Member
 
Join Date: Nov 2011
Posts: 24
Thumbs up How to remove copy protection from PDF documents on Mac?

A few days ago, I downloaded a PDF file. When I tried to print it out, I found the printing option is disable. Without proper password, the file can not be printed. Fortunately, Through the network I found a third part software that I was looking for: PDF Password Remover.

About PDF Password Remover for Mac

As far as I am concerned, PDF Password Remover for Mac is the best choice for Mac users to remove printing restriction of protected PDF files. This program works quickly in removing both PDF user password and PDF owner password. Just with three simple steps, you can reuse the PDF file as you like.

More Info:
Code:
www.pdf-password-remover.net/macosx/
How to print protected PDF file on Mac?

* Install the program on you computer and launch it. This step is the same as you usually do.
* Drag the PDF files that you want to print to the program directly.
* Click "Start" button to remove the printing restriction instantly.

Video:
Code:
www.youtube.com/watch?v=UX3eJ-Fl_1U
You can see the unlock PDF icon in the program. Click the icon to open the PDF file directly and you will find the print option is able now. By the way, from the menu bar, you can open the folder to get the unprotected PDF files by click "Preference..." option.

Note: If you can not open the PDF file, you need to remove the open password before removing the printing restriction.

Original:
Code:
www.pdf-password-remover.net/macosx/how-to-print-password-protected-pdf-mac.php