Nowadays, PDF files are as ubiquitous as Word documents, oftentimes being the preferred format for documentation in the workforce. They?re easily accessible with Adobe Acrobat Reader and conveniently easy to exchange amongst recipients.
They?re also secure ? almost to a fault.
As I?m sure you?ve experienced, PDFs are usually locked, preventing you from editing or copying the contents. It?s been reported that some people are unable to even print them, unless privileged to do so.
While these measures are advisable in some instances, where the information is of a sensitive nature, these limitations are usually unnecessary. FreeMyPDF is a free service that does just as its name suggests, freeing you of those restrictions. All you need to do is upload the file to the site, where it then strips the PDF file of any passwords and other restrictions, returning ?it to you for all your editing delight.
I should add that this will not work with those PDF files which require a password to just view the file. If such a password has been assigned to the file in question, you will not be able to use this service to render it inactive.
If you?ve ever received a PDF in the office that you?d like to edit or print, there?s a good chance that you aren?t able to. With FreeMyPDF, a simple and easy to use service, you can do exactly that.
If you?d like to use this service, visit their site here.