PDF2Office Personal is a PDF document conversion and data extraction
plug-in for Microsoft Word for Windows.
PDF2Office Personal converts PDF documents into fully editable Microsoft Word 97 - 2003 format recreating the original construction and layout of the document.
PDF2Office Personal forms paragraphs, applies styles, regroups independent
graphics elements, extracts images; creates tables; processes
headers/footers, endnotes/footnotes and columns/sections automatically -
without any intervention.
PDF2Office Personal also provides options for converting or extracting
data from a range of pages in a PDF document. You can extract text or
images, or convert the entire document to Microsoft Word format.
PDF2Office Personal enables you to recover the data stored in PDF
documents - making them available for use by anyone. Since PDF2Office
Personal is a plug-in for Microsoft Word, it is not necessary to
acquire and install additional PDF editing software and tools resulting in
huge cost savings in both time and expense.
Open PDF documents directly in Microsoft Word: PDF2Office Personal is a plug-in for Microsoft® Word that enables you to directly open PDF documents within Microsoft Word.
Click Open: Right click on a PDF document on the desktop and have it open in
Quick PDF2Office Personal converts the PDF document to Microsoft Word format within seconds.
Familiar Interface: PDF2Office Personal uses standard Microsoft Word interface for opening a PDF document - there is no need to learn anything new.
Seamless Integration: PDF2Office Personal seamlessly integrates with Microsoft Word and the Windows desktop interface.
Password Protected PDF documents: Open password protected PDF documents*.
Extract Data: Extract text, images and/or other data from specific pages.
Multi-Language/Asian Language Support: Supports English, Japanese, Chinese, Korean and Western European-language data contained in PDF documents.
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