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Recosoft Announces PDF2Office Personal 4.0 for Mac Users

January 16, 2008

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Japan-based Recosoft Corporation has announced the release of PDF2Office Personal 4.0 for Mac OS X. The release features significant upgrades for users including Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard support.

According to Paul Chadha, the product will be shipped in March 2008 and includes more than 120 new features and enhancements from the previous version.

A significant key feature gives users full integration capability for Office 2008 which lets users operate MS Word 2008 for Mac OS X while also providing full compatibility with Word X/2004.

Additionally, the program features an enhanced font matching and substitution feature for improved font capabilities.

The latest upgrade also incorporates the PDF Reconstruction v.4.1 engine which provides speedier conversion and improved layout reconstruction processing including augmenting paragraph formation, table recognition, columns construction and graphics processing.

PDF2Office Professional 4.0 is priced at $59 and upgrade licenses are available for $29.

For more information on the latest release, you can hit Recosoft's web site.

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