IMSI launches IMSI PDF to Word v2.0

October 05, 2005


IMSI recently announced the release of IMSI PDF to Word version 2.0. The tool converts PDF files into Microsoft Word (.DOC) and Rich Text Format (RTF) files to allow for easier access and editing, should source documents be unavailable. The program is designed to convert the text, graphics and formatting of the original PDF, and does not require either Acrobat or Word in order to function. The program can also be used to convert Word files into PDF documents.

"The PDF file format has truly grown into a universal medium for sharing information and has historically served as a way to view and print electronic documents," said Michael Cartwright of VoyagerSoft. "But similar to printed documents, a PDF file cannot easily be edited or reused without investing in complicated software that can also be quite expensive. IMSI PDF to Word was designed for those looking for an elegant and affordable application for the task of recovering content locked in PDF."

IMSI PDF to Word 2.0 is currently available, and more information can be found on the IMSI website.

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