You are asked to enter a password to modify when opening a PowerPoint file, but you don’t know (or forgot) the password? So you can only open the presentation as read-only and cannot edit/modify it? Don’t worry. Here comes the powerful utility PowerPoint Protection Refixer, which can immediately remove/recover PowerPoint password to modify and enable you to gain full permission to edit/modify the presentation. Now, I’ll show you how to use PowerPoint Protection Refixer.
It’s a 7 Mb program, which takes you only a few seconds to download and install it.
1. Click the Add button.
2. Then browser for the target PowerPoint file, select it and click Open. So, the presentation file is added to this software.
If the added PowerPoint file is a *.pptx file, once you click the Start button, this software will immediately remove the password to modify and save the original *.pptx file as an unprotected *.pptx file in the same location.
Then you can navigate to the location where the original *.pptx file is, then open the unprotected *.pptx file and edit/modify it without any restrictions.
If the added file is a *.ppt file, once you click the Start button, this software will immediately recover the password to modify and show the password in the pop-up dialog. You can click the Copy button to copy the password.
Then paste the password to open the *.ppt file in PowerPoint.