Enhanced version of Smart PDF Converter Pro announced

March 14, 2011


SmartSoft LLC., a leading provider of PDF solutions, announced a major update to Smart PDF Converter Pro, its flagship desktop-based application for converting PDF documents into commonly used editable formats and vice-versa. The enhanced version features advanced tools for handling PDF files.

The enhanced Smart PDF Converter Pro includes a new tab on its user interface which provides access to the following PDF features:

  • Split PDF: This allows users to split a PDF document into individual pages or range of pages
  • Merge PDF: This allows users to merge several documents or parts of documents into a single PDF document
  • Extract PDF: This allows the extraction of relevant pages from a PDF document into another document

Smart PDF Converter Pro provides the capability to convert PDF documents into editable formats such as DOC, JPEG, HTML, TIFF, XLS and other commonly used formats. The Pro version also enables the conversion of editable files back into PDF. It also includes an OCR module for conversion of scanned documents into searchable text.

The existing users of Pro version will receive the upgrade without any additional charge. A trial version of Smart PDF Converter Pro is also available for download at Smart PDF Converter Pro

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