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    utility for removing passwords on code (office97 sr2)

    HIya - in the previous company I worked at -
    if someone placed passwords on code(microsoft VBA Password Project)
    we had a utility to remove the passwords from the modules.

    I cant for the life of me remember the name.
    Does anyone know these products?
    & where we can purchase?
    Diana

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    Re: utility for removing passwords on code (office97 sr2)

    Passwords on code in *what*? You couldn't password protect code in Access 97, so you may need to be more specific about the application(s) involved to get the best answer.
    Charlotte

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    Re: utility for removing passwords on code (office97 sr2)

    HI Charlotte
    you can password protect modules & code in 97 for word excel & powerpoint.
    Diana

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    Re: utility for removing passwords on code (office97 sr2)

    There's plenty of stuff about passwords and places to get software from on the web in the archives - if you can't locate anything in the VB/VBA/.NET archive, try excel. However, if you decide to go down the elcomsoft route, go fast - I believe some nasty person is taking them to court for breach of the DMCA (Digital Millenium Copyright Act - they've been selling stuff that interferes with DVD anticopying code apparently) and you wouldn't want to turn up at the shop just as they were pulling the shutters down, would you?

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