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PDF2Office 2.0 converts PDFs to MS Word format

updated 10:40 am EDT, Thu June 16, 2005

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Recosoft has released ($60), a new plug-in for Microsoft Word X/2004 that directly opens and converts PDF documents into fully editable Microsoft Word files. The release of PDF2Office Personal 2.0 for Mac OS X "delivers cost effective, direct PDF to Word file format conversion for the Macintosh platform." Recosoft says PDF2Office Personal is the first cross-platform PDF to Word conversion solution offering integration with both Macintosh and Windows versions of Microsoft Word. PDF2Office Personal v2.0 recreates the original construction and layout of the document -- forming paragraphs; applying styles; regrouping independent graphic elements; extracting images; creating tables; and processing headers/footers, endnotes/footnotes and columns/sections, all automatically -- without any manual intervention.

Highlights:

  • Open PDF documents directly in Microsoft Word.

  • Control/Right click on a PDF document on the desktop and have it open in Microsoft Word X/2004.

  • PDF2Office Personal can convert the PDF document to Microsoft Word X/2004 format "within seconds."

  • PDF2Office Personal uses standard Microsoft Word X/2004 interface for opening a PDF document.

  • PDF2Office Personal "seamlessly integrates" with Microsoft Word X/2004 and the Mac OS X desktop interface.

  • Extract text, images and/or other data from specific pages.

  • Supports English, Japanese, Chinese, Korean and Western European-language data contained in PDF documents.




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