Solid Documents, a provider of document reconstruction and archiving solutions, announced the release of version 7 of Solid Converter PDF, its tool for converting PDFs into Word, Excel and other commonly used file formats.
Solid Documents has introduced a number of enhancements through the new release and these enhancements includes improvements to workflow, editing and publishing, and implementation of best practices in document management.
Some of the new features in Solid Converter PDF v7 includes:
Easier to create, edit and convert PDF into high-quality documents
Ability to convert PDF files into .docx, .xlsx or .pptx formats without any need of Microsoft Office
The pricing for Solid Converter PDF version 7 starts at USD 75.00 for a multiple-seat license and USD 79.95 for individual users. Solid Converter PDF version 7 is supported on Windows 7, Vista 2003 and XP (32 and 64 bit versions). Solid Converter PDF is available in 15 languages including English, Chinese, Dutch, French, German and Spanish.
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