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Does anyone know any good VBA (Excel, Access, Powepoint) password recovery tools - preferably free? When I do a search on the internet there is so much rubbish, that it's hard to know what is good.

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Related: There is a very simple & free method using a HEX editor to remove a VBA password: – nixda Oct 28 '13 at 8:52
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Not free, but almost ($19.95) if you have to do it for business purposes:

Remove VBA Password 2.3.4 (Dombaj Soft)

Remove VBA Password instantly removes any VBA password and unlocks locked VBA projects in MS Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Access, Publisher, Outlook, FrontPage, and Project files. Passwords of any length and character set are supported and removed in seconds. Intentionally or accidentally locked VBA projects are supported.

Elian Soft Protect VBA and our VBA Code Protector protected projects are not supported but Excel VBA Lock protected projects are. Features include allowing you to view the VBA code in PowerPoint PPA and PPAM add-ins, removing the protection applied with a high Office version in a lower office version and repairing of some VBA project damages. Supports command-line usage (Pro edition).

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