Hi, I want to open up a password-encrypted Excel 2016 workbook that incorporates some embedded/inserted paperwork (most likely a combine of .xlsx, .pdf, and .docx). I never will need to see the contents of Excel (ie the cells) other than the embedded files. Is there any way I can access these embedded files with out understanding the file’s password, ie does the encrypted workbook also encrypt embedded objects? If not, is there a way I can at minimum see the names of the embedded data files, e.g. opening Excel as a ZIP file? Thanks in advance
Cryptoplatforming.com is a news websites which gets news around the globe on investing in Crypto. Our news has no backgroundcheck.