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Wondershare releases PDF Converter Pro for Mac

November 14, 2011

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Wondershare Studio, a multimedia software developer, has announced the release of PDF Converter Pro for Mac v1.0, its innovative tool for converting PDF documents to other commonly-used formats including Word, Spreadsheet and others. The software also features OCR technology for converting scanned PDFs to text-based documents.

PDF Converter Pro for Mac is a comprehensive PDF tool for Mac users that can convert PDF files to Word, Excel, PowerPoint, EPUB eBooks, Text and HTML pages. The other key features of PDF Converter Pro for Mac include:

  • Converts PDF files into editable formats
  • Allows users to convert up to 50 PDF files at once
  • Users can specify a range of pages from PDF documents for conversion
  • Digitizes paper-based documents with OCR
  • Easy-to-use interface with support for drag-and-drop
  • Converts encrypted PDF files
  • Prints restricted PDF files
  • Supports Microsoft Office suite on Mac
  • Supports multiple languages, including English, Turkish, Thai, Latin, Korean, Greek, Cyrillic, Japanese, Chinese, German, French and Italian

Read more on this software at PDF Converter Pro for Mac.

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