AnyBizSoft Studio, a rapid-expanding company focused on PDF solution, today announced the release of PDF Password Remover. The program enables users to remove PDF security of editing, copying and printing within minute.
PDF is famous for its great security. The authors may add restriction to limit users’ access to contracts, E-books, forms and some other classified files. However it is a double sword. Many users suffer a lot due to losing the original owner password or the former colleagues forgot to pass them the password. AnyBizSoft PDF Password Remover is designed as a stand-alone program to solve this kind dilemma.
"We are dedicated to fulfill users’ demands by providing long-awaited PDF Password Remover ahead of schedule. Thus users can better deal with PDF files in the business world. " says Tom Chande, CEO of AnyBizSoft Studio. "AnyBizSoft has just released PDF to PowerPoint and integrated it to PDF Converter last week. The users who purchased PDF Converter earlier can upgrade for free."
Key Features of AnyBizSoft PDF Password Remover:
1. Remove password from your encrypted PDF file instantly
2. Support PDF1.0-1.7 format
3. Support right-click and batch conversion
4. Standalone, no Adobe Reader needed
PDF Password Remover is available at $14.95 from AnyBizSoft’s website: http://www.anypdftools.com/pdf-password-remover.html
About AnyBizSoft Studio
AnyBizSoft Studio is dedicated to providing users with practical and cost-effective PDF solutions to document formats conversion. It provides the series of PDF Converters, PDF Creators, PDF Editors and other PDF related software. With easy-to-use PDF applications and professional technical support, user experience much improved during the processes of creating, editing and publishing PDF files. For more information, please visit: http://www.anypdftools.com.
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