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Tip of the Day : Unlocking PDF Files

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Occasionally you may find yourself in a situation where you have a huge PDF file which you want to split up into smaller chunks. While this is easy enough to accomplish using a variety of free software (or you can use the full version of Adobe Acrobat) you may find that the file has been secured with a password.

There are a number of programs which will unlock these files for you but, in most cases, you’ll need to pay for them. There are some free online services for relatively small files but here’s one which will certainly unlock files which are up to 10mb in size - maybe more. Just choose a file to upload from your computer and click the unlock button then wait for the link to appear, to download your unlocked version of the file.

http://www.crackmypdf.com/

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