I lost my Microsoft Excel password.

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Last Saturday, I created an Excel file. That was very important for me. For that, I used a password for protecting the file.

Now, I can’t remember the password. How can I access the protected Excel file. It has too many work and important.

How is it possible to unprotect the file?

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Answered By 0 points N/A #111518

I lost my Microsoft Excel password.

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It is very common to lose or forgot MS Excel passwords. Have you tried using other possible password like a relevant date, or number, or someone’s date of birth, or any relevant number combination?

If any of it still doesn’t work, you can try some utility, like Excel Password Recovery, that I usually use whenever I forgot my Excel password.

You have to download the Excel Password Recovery software and install it on your computer.  To access your password protected file, just drag the software’s icon into that file and you will be able to retrieve important data.

You can also try another option. Download OpenOffice.org and use it to open your password protected Excel spreadsheet. Save your protected file with a new name in .xls format. After that, you can open it in Excel without the password.

Answered By 0 points N/A #111519

I lost my Microsoft Excel password.

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You can use download for free office password recover pro from this link. After downloading, install the software scan the Excel sheet you want to remove the password. After the scanning is complete, the password is removed.

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