Can Do & Can Not Do of A-PDF Restrictions Remover?
Can Do: A-PDF Restrictions Remover can work to remove the restrictions in standard password protected PDF file, including 40-bit RC4 decryption, 128-bit RC4 decryption and 128-bit AES decryption.
Can Not Do:
- Remove or find the user/open password automatically.
- Remove other protections, such as DRM or third part plug-in.
- If you remove restrictions from PDF files successfully, you still need to know: You Can't Enable Acrobat Reader to Save forms and data locally/ Add comments/ Add digital signatures.
In another way to say: If you opened the file in Acrobat Reader, you can not edit(include Document assembly, Commenting and Signing etc) the file because it is only a Reader. You need a PDF editor to edit/change PDF files, such as Adobe Acrobat Professional.
This web tutorial will give you an overview of the procedure how easy to use this product!
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