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Old Mar 31, 2012, 09:21 PM
mardy20 mardy20 is offline
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Thumbs up How to remove copy protection from PDF documents on Mac?

Many people like to copy contents from PDF e-books. Sometimes, you may find the copy option is disable. It is mainly because the PDF document is protected by owner password. Authors always use this kind of password to protect their works as well as their copyright.

Actually, there are two kinds of PDF password protections:

* User password protection. This protection requires people who want to access the PDF document to type the password.
* Owner password protection. With the owner password, you can access to the PDF normally but are restricted with some operations such as printing, editing and copying.

It is very annoying if a PDF document can not be copied. Thanks to PDF Password Remover for Mac, we can remove PDF copy protection at ease. This program is especially designed to remove PDF user password and owner password on Mac. Just with three simple steps, you can copy contents from protected PDF documents as you like.

More Info:
Code:
www.pdf-password-remover.net/
How to copy protected PDF contents on Mac

* Install PDF Password Remover for Mac and then launch it.
* Drag the PDF documents that you want to remove copy protection to the program.
* Click "Start" button to remove copy protection from PDF documents.

Video:
Code:
www.youtube.com/watch?v=UX3eJ-Fl_1U
Now, you can see the unlock PDF icon in the program. Hit on it to view the unprotected PDF document directly. Or you can click "Preference..." option from menu bar to get the unprotected PDF documents in folder.

Note: If the PDF document is protected by open password, you need to remove it at first.

Original:
Code:
www.pdf-password-remover.net/macosx/remove-copy-protection-from-pdf-documents-mac.php