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Wondershare PDF Editor and PDF Converter now supports OCR

July 18, 2011

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Wondershare Software Ltd., a China-based software developer, has announced new versions of PDF Editor Pro and PDF Converter Pro, its popular PDF editing and conversion utilities. The latest versions feature advanced Optical Character Recognition (OCR) technology for scanning paper-based documents into PDF. The new OCR technology can be used to recognize characters from 17 different languages.

Wondershare PDF Editor Pro for Mac allows users to directly edit PDF documents, including those created from either scanned paper or MS Office documents. The software allows users to add, edit, move, annotate and delete text or images within PDF documents. It can also be used to add sticky notes, or to export PDFs into MS Office (Word, Excel or PowerPoint) for more powerful editing options.

PDF Converter Pro converts PDFs to fully-editable MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint files while retaining original document layouts and fonts. It also allows users to convert PDF documents into EPUB, HTML and Text formats. PDF Converter Pro also supports the batch conversion of PDFs into multiple formats. PDF Converter Pro is available for both Windows and Macintosh platforms.

Read more about Wondershare PDF software at Wondershare website.

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