Excel Password Remover - Remove password for Excel 97/2000/2003 document in a few minutes
Excel Password Remover is a professional password program designed for removing the open password for the password protected Excel document in a few minutes.
- Remove open password for Microsoft Excel 97/2000/XP2003 document (*.xls) immediately.
- Fast - Remove Excel password in a few minutes.
- Reliable - 100% success rate.
- Safe - Don't cause any data lost.
Simple steps to remove Excel document password
- Step 1: Download and install Excel Password Remover on your Windows.
- Step 2: Open an Excel 97~2003 document (*.xls).
- Step 3: Click "Remove Password" to clear the protected password for your excel document.
- >>More Detail: Excel Password Remover User Guide.
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Excel Password Remover or Excel Password Recovery?
Q1: I lost password of my Excel 2003 document. Excel password remover and recovery, which one can help me solve my problem quickly?
We recommend you use Excel Password Recover. It can help you solve the problem within 5 minutes. It can removed the password for excel document with (*.xls) extension in a few minutes. However, if you want to get back the current password, or want to deal with the excel 2007 document password, you should use Recovery version.
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