How many times has this happened to you: did you set a password on an Excel spreadsheet or workbook and then forget it? Or worse, the person who sets the password on the worksheet no longer works with you and you have a spreadsheet that you can no longer edit. What are you doing? Easy, use Excel Remover password.
This program does not remove the passwords set when you open a spreadsheet. If you can't open the file because it asks for a password, this program won't help you. This program removes the password set from the Protect worksheet or from the Protect Workbook commands in Excel.
The free version will be able to remove those passwords for Excel 2007 and Excel 2010. To remove passwords from Excel 2013 or Excel 2016, you need to purchase the PRO version, which currently has $ 28.
Download the free version of password removal of Excel from this link //www.straxx.com/free-excel-password-remover-2012/. The downloaded file should look like this:
Then open the password-protected worksheet or workbook. After opening the password protected sheet, click to open the add-on password.xla . You should get a warning like this:
If you get a different message, you probably need to reduce the security settings on Excel. If your current settings are high, set them to Middle. After clicking on Enable macros, a popup will open saying that the macro was loaded:
After getting the pop-up, go to Excel Tools and click Remove sheet protection work is Remove protection. You should get a pop-up window when your unprotected worksheet:
Thus, your workbook or Excel worksheet should now be unsecured. You should be able to view and edit the contents of the spreadsheet or workbook. For more tips on how to break or crack an Excel password, be sure to check out my previous post on my sister site.