How to open password protected Word 2007 document?

By f-5135598 ·
I have a VERY SERIOUS SITUATION trying to "open" a password protected Word 2007 document of mine that is password protected to OPEN it.
I have tried many 'crackers' online with zero results. I know the password and still will not open. I may have changed it but do not know it now.
This document contains all my accounts, logins, passwords, banking info, credit cards, among many other confidential items in it. PLEASE help me either REMOVE the password or RECOVER the password, whichever is easier and WORKS!
I am in a huge jam not being able to access my information to run my business.
Even being able to move the data to another program, convert it, anything that will work.
Any help greatly appreciated.

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TR members do not assist in password recovery or removal. Do not respond to

by PurpleSkys In reply to How to open password prot ...

TR members do not assist in password recovery or removal. Do not respond to this thread.

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