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How to undo encryption document in Kingsoft Office?

Release Date: 03-31-12

Question from Nikisosnikov: I have set password for .wps file before, now I needn’t this password, how do I undo encrypt from word.

To protect your documents, Kingsoft Office 2012 offers an encryption function that helps you set password for you documents. Nobody can access your documents without the special password. Simultaneously, it also provides a decryption function that allows you to undo encryption, if you do not need the password for documents anymore.

In 2012 interface, take Kingsoft Writer 2012 for example, I will introduce how to undo encryption, the specific steps are show as follows:

1. Open the document that you want to undo encrypts.
2. Click the blue ‘Writer’ logo remove encryption in kingsoft writer, and then click ‘Options’, and an options dialog box will appear. The sketch map shows as follows.

3. Select ‘Security’ tab, in the ‘File encryption options for this document’ and ‘File sharing options for this document’ box, clear the password that you have set before. The sketch map shows as follows.

4. Click ‘OK’ to finish. Now your encryption document has become no password protected files. Open the files needn't input password.

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Or Click the blue ‘Writer’ logo, and then choose ‘Encrypt’ to directly enter the ‘Options’ dialog box. In traditional interface, you can take the methods as below.

1. Open the document that you want to undo encrypts.

2. Please click ‘Encrypt’ on the ‘File’ menu to enter the options dialog box.

3. In the ‘Options’ dialog box, and clear all the password textboxes

4. Click ‘OK’ and save the document.

Notice: If you forget the password, you will cannot undo encrypt. To undo encrypt, you must enter the password to access the documents first, and then you will clear password to undo encryption. So please must keep your password!!!