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Excel password problem

By ctdak ·
I have some Excel 2000 worksheets that were created about 8 years ago and were password protected when created. We still use them but need to make some changes and can't because we no longer know the password. Is it possible to bypass the password or somehow find out what it is?

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You will need this.... :)

http://lastbit.com/

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:0 Oh No

by The Scummy One In reply to You will need this.... : ...

you too now??? Giving out PW crack advice...

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If you go to the web site you will find it is not a crack advice.

Plus you will need to purchase the software to work completely.

Please post back if you have any more problems or questions.

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Ah, Ok

by The Scummy One In reply to If you go to the web site ...

I went there and only read the first little bit. I looked again
and ok, no complaints here.

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Thank You.. I would not give out crack advice on here. :)

Well sometimes. :)

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This did the trick

by ctdak In reply to You will need this.... : ...

Thanks. This software utility dug the password out for me in no time flat. It was a nonsense password that was NOT entered when the worksheet was created. I think it was created in a very old version of Excel, so I suspect that when saving it in a newer version the password was changed by Excel. That's the only explanation I can come up with.

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No problem..

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