Recover passwords for MS Excel spreadsheets (*.xls) and Word documents (*.doc) for free. If you are looking solution to find passwords for *.xlsx and *.docx files, try the online service Password-Find.com
Select a password protected file
.xls and .doc files are supported
Use Dictionary or Brute Force attack and change the settings to suit your needs
You can follow the attack's progress via the progress bar
Get your recovered password
And unlock your Word or Excel files
Files created in MS Excel and MS Word 97-2003. They can be easily distinguished by the extensions .xls and .doc in the file name.
For .xlsx and .docx files we can recommend an online password recovery service Password-Find.
It varies greatly depending on the computing power of your PC and the password strength. To shorten the time you need to recover a password, please follow the advice given in the Detailed instructions section.
No, Free Word and Excel Wizard doesn't recover sheet passwords. They are not secure and can be easily removed. For sheet, workbook and modify passwords we can recommend Password Lastic software – it’s the best among several solutions we tested.
Our program utilises resources of your own computer and isn't connected to any remote servers, so you don't need to upload your files to the Internet or even have Internet connection for it to work. We value your privacy and don't collect any information about your system or your files.
No, Free Word and Excel Wizard is true to its name – you don't need to pay for any of its features.
Everyday people from all over the world download our MS Word and Excel password cracker. Our multi-language interface is an important part of their experience. We want to make our tool available to as many people from different countries as possible. Unfortunately, as a non-profit project, we can't afford hiring many translators. That's why we created an interface Translation Guide. Now any user can become a member of our project! Help translate the program interface to your native language and let millions of users know about your contribution. Your translation will be included in the next build of the program and your name will be featured in the "Special thanks" section.
|Igor Smirnov||for Russian language translation|
|David Gimeno i Ayuso||for Catalan language translation|
|A. Puparelli and Emilio Rafael Serrano Monert||for Spanish language translation|
|Pascal GOMEZ and Daniel Maly||for French language translation|