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How to Print Secured PDF in Mac OS X Mountain Lion/Windows

Ready to print a PDF, only to find it is a secured PDF file, which doesnt' allow you to print at all? OK, if you encountered this situation, you should blame the stupid password protection or, should we say, PDF access restriction. Wherever the blame rests, you still need to print, right? Below is a simple way to print secured PDF, cheers.

To make a secured PDF printable, the only direct way is by removing the security. To remove the security, we need a professional tool. To save your time looking for such a kind of tool, I recommend you Wondershare PDF Password Remover. It is able to remove the security easily, making it quite simple for you to print the PDF file. See how to print a secured PDF in Mac and Windows PC.

Step 1. Download PDF Security Remover

Click the download button to download Wondershare PDF Password Remover. Both Windows and Mac version are available. And then install them on your computer.

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Step 2. Upload PDF files

After you launch PDF Password Remover, you should upload PDF files. If you're using Mac Password Remover, you can drag PDF files from local hard disk and drop them to the app. For Windows PDF Password Remover users, click Add Files  to upload PDF files. Up to 200 PDF files are supported at a time.

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Step 3. Remove PDF security

If you see a lock on the PDF item bar, then you should click it to enter the authorized password. Only by entering the right password, you can remove the security with Wondershare Password Remover. If you see no lock at all, then you can easily remove PDF security by clicking Start.

Step 4. Print secured PDF file

Now go to the output folder to print the secured PDF files. On Mac, you will see the output folder by clicking PDF Password Remover > Preferences… >Destination. 

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Watch the Video Tutorial to Print Secured PDF Files

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