Select the PDF file which you to save without password. Right-click on the PDF file. Open with Internet Explorer. You can open it with any browser like Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Safari, Opera etc. but I am using the Internet Explorer because it is available on all Windows operating system. When PDF file opens in Internet Explorer it will ask for the PDF file Password. Enter that. Once the PDF file unlocked and successfully open press CTRL +P. The Print screen will open. From the left side under the printer option, you will find a drop-down box. Click on that. Now select the Microsoft Print PDF. Click on the Print button given at the bottom of the left side. Now instead of printing the PDF, it will ask to save it. Give some name to your unprotected PDF file. After saving go and open it, Now you will see that the password from your PDF file successfully removed before saving.
Then, let me suggest a solution to the problem. If you don't want to donate, and don't want to create a watermark in your document, a free alternative is to use Adobe Bridge. Bridge has the unique feature of being able to edit PDFs, even from other applications. If you want to be able to edit PDFs of your own documents, then Bridge is the easiest and best way to go. So if you don't want to make a watermark, but you do want to read/edit a PDF, and if you don't want the watermark for copyright reasons, then Bridge is the best tool for you. Conclusion — A Solution At the end of the day, when you use your PDF, or digital form, which you are using to create and share digital forms, is the key to your success. And don't be afraid of the watermark. Do not be afraid of the watermarks,.