Recover Office Password in One Place

Forgotten password to open Microsoft Word/Excel/PPT is a terrible thing. Take it easy, PassFab for Office can recover passwords without losing, damaging and modifying your data.

Intelligent Attack Modes, Successful Recovery Rate

Three password attack methods are available to 100% complete Office document deciphering. Select one of the right attack types based on your own cases.

Dictionary Attack

Quickly find the password from inbuilt or our customized dictionary.

Brute-force with Mask Attack

Use this attack if you remember your password range and length.

Brute-force Attack

Quickly find the password from inbuilt or our customized dictionary.

Advanced Technology, Lightning Password Retriever

  • Recover password at high speed with powerful built-in new search algorithms and advanced technology.
  • After restoring, resetting and removing the password, all your data keeps intact.

3 Steps to Find Office Password

Guide you get a better understanding of how to access encrypted Office document by using this software.

1. Import Encrypted Office File

2. Select Approriate Attact Type

3. Decrypt Office Document

1. Import Encrypted Office File

2. Select Approriate Attact Type

3. Decrypt Office Document

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PassFab for Office

A powerful suite to recover lost Word/Excel/PPT password.

FAQs for PassFab for Office

A1: PassFab for Office supports all Office versions, such as Office 2019, Office 2016, Office 2010, Office 2007, Office 2003, etc.

A2: No, PassFab for Office doesn't support Microsoft Office 365.

A3: No, it doesn't. PassFab for Office only supports Microsoft Office Excel, Word and PowerPoint.

A4: PassFab for Office doesn't remove your Microsoft Office password directly. But you can use it to recover your forgotten Office password and then remove after recovering.

A5: The Dictionary file in PassFab for Office is a txt file that includes users' common password combinations, which are shared from the Internet. You can also import your own dictionary file.