Unprotecting a protected PDF
- July 23, 2019 at 12:00 PM #1732KenModerator
Just convert your protected PDF to an unprotected PDF by converting it into an XPS format and then converting back to PDF.
The second option is, you can simply view the PDF on a PDF viewer (most opensource PDF readers) that ignores all DRM restrictions and save it as a PDF.
Also, if you have Calibre installed, you can easily remove all the DRM stuff in a jiffy.
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