ACPSoft PDF Converter 2.0 esteve disponível como oferta em 1 de março de 2015
ACPSoft PDF Converter é um leve porém poderoso utilitário que converte documentos para formatos diferentes. Ele funciona basicamente com arquivos de PDF e suporta a conversão para DOC, HTML e TXT. Existem também diversas opções reversas, como converter de DOC para PDF. A conversão em série está disponível, assim como os arquivos podem ser convertidos um por um.
Este programa reconhece uma variedade de fontes e permite a inserção de marcas d'água para documentos convertidos de PDF. Ele também permite a inserção de cabeçalhos e rodapés. Os arquivos convertidos podem ser editados a versão demo mostra o resultado imediatamente, portanto permitindo que um usuário verifique se o arquivo pode ser editado antes de registrar o produto. O arquivo fonte também é preservado e o programa funciona com arquivos de PDF de somente leitura.
Para dquirir uma licença pessoal ilimitada com 70% de desconto, siga o link aqui
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Installed and registered without problems on a Win 8.1.3 Pro 64 bit system. A clean install.
A Russian company without name and address. The .exe digitally signed as MunSoft:
"Our company’s primary expertise is the creation of products that convert different types of files. We did our best to integrate the latest innovations into all of our programs to make sure that converted files remain as close to their originals as possible."
We had had the same version ACPSoft PDF Converter 2.0 several times on July 7, 2014 and on November 14, 2013. Here are the old reviews:
The time stamp of the installed files are new: February, 21 of this year.
I am interested in the conversion. It competes with the Abby PDF Transformer 3.0, which is on sale for US$39.99, regularly US$79.99 ...
Upon start a resizable window opens, you can change language, in the options you can define the log file. That's all.
A first test from PDF to DOC results in an file with completely destroyed text and graphics:
A second test to convert another simple text&graphic .PDF to .HTML results in a unreadable file with both missing text and graphics:
A simple 1 (ONE!) text only file .PDF to .TXT resulted in a cryptic error message.
-1 have been successfully converted, 2 files have been converted with errors!
Hmmm, how should I write, what I think... I don't write a verdict. Read my last comment...
Uninstalled via reboot. Have a nice Sunday!
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It is in the press package (xml file).
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Life in Russia must have become very difficult for some. That is not a reason to serve old stuff that collected dust for a long time (last update was February 26, 2013).
In the software world, after 2 years of stalled development, either you go open source or abandon the product... or rework the project from scratch.
Feeling like a scientist today, I did a little research and stumble upon this: "To sum up, this could have been a nice and useful application, but two out of three features don’t work, making the program quite useless." (software.informer.com, bold is mine).
Unlimited Personal License is... um... $90. That's an awful lot of money for 67% failure rate.
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Thanks for the offer but can't try it for some reason , anyway some freeware programs are already in my hands, so I can skip this without worry.
*PDFCool PDF Editor - create PDFs from any printable documents (Doc, PPT, HTML, Excel as well as batch convert any PDF to Word, Excel, CSV, JPG and other formats.
It is much better pdf editor compared to Wondershare PDF editor IMO.
*PDFCore Advanced PDF Utilities Free - Multi-purpose Free PDF Toolkit - Preview, Convert, Merge, Split, OCR, Scan.
*PDFMate PDF Converter - 5-in-1 PDF tool: PDF to Text Converter , PDF to EPUB Converter , PDF to Image Converter , PDF to HTML Converter , PDF to SWF Converter.
(Free Version limitation :Convert scanned PDFs to editble files with OCR(3-page limit)
*Nemo PDF -converts PDF to editable Word files (*.doc, *.rtf) by preserving original images, tables, charts, graphics, etc. positioned in the original places.
Also retain original text styles exactly, including font, size, color, underline, boldness, etc.
( MS Office is needed to be installed in the system otherwise it may not work )
*Free PDF to Word Doc Converter- Support Adobe PDF 1.0 - 1.6 formats.
Online Converter :
For editing a pdf file with Open Office download and install PDF Import Extension .
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I'm a little confused by the final line of the description above, on this page, of this software...
"To purchase an unlimited personal license with a 70% discount..."
Am I to conclude from that the version being given away here has an expiration date or some other unspecified limitation? If so, then so much for it being an actual "giveaway." I confess that I could be wrong about that - there's just not enough information in the description above to determine exactly what I'd be getting, or how long it would continue to work if I did download and install it.
Sadly, it seems that software developers don't know very much about marketing, or they would write better sales copy - even when translated from a language other than English. (I'm not saying that's the case here - just generally speaking.) I'm not saying you need to launch into a tirade of superlatives - just tell people what your gizmo does, and how their lives will be better for having it!
Personally, I'm not a big fan of companies offering trialware as "giveaways" on this site. If I want a limited trial version I would just download it directly from their site! But I don't, so I won't.
Besides, the only reason I can think of for the "average" user to use this kind of software is to make abridged versions of ebooks that are in the Public Domain - but who takes the time to do that anymore! Personally, if I need to decompile a PDF file (which is very rarely, although I do sometimes work with some PLR content that doesn't include source files) I'll just use my full version of Acrobat to do so. MS Word (or OpenOffice if you think Microsoft already has their hooks too far into your computer - and your wallet) - have the ability to render documents in PDF format, so I can't say that I personally have need of this software.
Lastly, in the many years of visiting this site and downloading various PDF-to-DOC converters, I haven't encountered any that performed acceptably, often with a simple 3-page PDF ending up being a 243-page DOC with lots of blank pages and/or pages with single lines of text. In fact, only one or two would even extract embedded graphics.
I realize I'll probably have a negative vote count for posting this, but I like to be open and honest when presenting my opinion, and I'm flexible (and humble) enough to change it when further information warrants it.
In the meantime, happy Sunday everyone!
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