If u think it’s illegal, you’re totally wrong!!
How to crack?
1) Open the document and do a “Save As…” specifying Rich Text Format (RTF). It’ll end up being called something.rtf
2) Open the RTF file by double-clicking on it. It should look identical to the original Word file.
3) Save the RTF file with a new name as a Microsoft Word format document.
4) NOW YOU’ll HAVE UNPROTECTED MICROSOFT WORD DOCUMENT!!!
Why this happen?
Word permits easy export into other formats, but expresses much Word-internal structure there, to facilitate bringing the document back. However, these other formats permit some interesting ways to manipulate ther Word doc that Word itself doesn’t allow.
- 5. Export into HTML or RTF format. (With HTML, you’ll get a warning saying the password will be lost. With RTF, you’ll get no warnings.)
- 6. You could try editing the protected material directly here, but you don’t get the WYSIWYG functionality of Word. No problem: in both HTML and RTF, you’ll see some text expressing the fact that forms protection is turned on. Delete that text.
- 7. Import the document back into Word. If you edited out the protections, you now have an unprotected document. Even if you didn’t edit them out, you now have a password-free protected document, which can be easily turned into an unprotected doc.