How to Copy Text from Secured and Protected PDF files on Mac?

Many PDF authors like to use owner password to protect copyright of their PDF documents.But protected PDF files also bring inconvenience.The PDF is protected with owner password that prevents you from copying. If you are reading a PDF eBook and wanting to copy some sentences, what will you do to  copy or extract text from protected PDF files on Mac OS?

PDF Password Remover for Mac allows you to remove the password and copy protections from secured and protected PDF files on Mac. Then you can copy the text from unlocked PDF files with ease on Mac. There are two versions provided to meet different user experiences: PDF Password Remover Mac and PDF Password Remover.

Copy Text from Secured PDF on Mac Step by Step

Note: The step by step guide here is written for removing PDF password for copying Text on the Mac, but it works to the Windows version as well.

PDF Password Remover Mac

Step 1: Launch PDF Password Remover Mac
Free Download and install the proper version of PDF Password Remover for Mac. Then, launch it on your computer.

Step 2: Import Encrypted PDF Document
Click the "Add Files" button to upload encrypted PDF file to the program. This PDF Encryption Remover allows you to add batches of PDF files at one time.
Notes: If your PDF file is locked with user password, you need to enter the right user password first.

Step 3: Remove Encryption from PDF
Hit the "Start" button to remove protections from PDF files. Then this PDF Password Remove Mac will remove the restriction on copying instantly. When the decryption is done, you can open the PDF with Adobe Reader or Acrobat and copy text from PDF easily on Mac os x.

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