On 09/11/2013 01:09 AM, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
Well, here's a shot in the dark. The .odt fileis simply a container
(like a .zipfile). Use a program like 7-zip (confirmed to work) and
extract the content.xml file. It won't be clean, but you may be able to:
Dear All ,
I Forger My password of the Libreoffice file .
Who can tell me how to deal with it ?
Thanks ... ...
1) copy the content.xml into a new.odt file without password protection,
2) just open the content.xml file directly in LO. You'll have a lot of
xml data in there...so its quite messy.
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