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Solid Documents updates Solid Converter PDF to Word

August 07, 2008

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Solid Documents has released Solid Converter PDF to Word 4.0, with support for German, French, Spanish and Chinese users.

The company has also updated its Solid PDF Tools 2.0, scanning and archiving solution to include French, Spanish and Chinese user interfaces.

Solid Documents is a leading provider of document utility tools including Solid Converter, Solid Converter DWG, and Solid capture.

With its version Solid Converter PDF to Word 3.0 release last year, Solid Documents built an entirely new application platform for support of WYSIWYG editing features for PDF files.

The company is now working on translating this new interface into more languages and said that more updates will follow the 4.0 release.

The latest version is priced at $99.95 for individual licenses. Solid Converter PDF to Word 4.0 and Solid PDF Tools are available directly through the Solid Documents website.

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