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Giveaway of the day — AnyBizSoft PDF to PowerPoint Converter

PDF to PowerPoint is a professional PDF solution to convert PDF files to PowerPoint presentations.
$19.95 EXPIRED
User rating: 139 (36%) 250 (64%) 76 comments

AnyBizSoft PDF to PowerPoint Converter was available as a giveaway on October 20, 2009!

Today Giveaway of the Day
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PDF to PowerPoint (PDF to PPT) is a professional PDF solution to convert PDF files to PowerPoint presentations. PDF to PowerPoint fulfills your conversion by one click. The original layouts, text content, images, and hyperlinks are exactly retained in the generated PPT files. Batch conversion and fast processing help you save the time. You can convert PDF to PowerPoint 2010, 2007 or 2003 without any problems. You just need to import PDF files and click Convert, then the converter will do the rest for you.

Key Features:

  • Convert PDF files to PPT presentations quickly and accurately;
  • Retain all the original layouts, text content, images, and hyperlinks;
  • Support encrypted PDF file conversion;
  • Batch convert 200 PDF files at the same time;
  • Support Microsoft PowerPoint 2010;
  • Support languages: English, Turkish, Thai, Latin, Korean, Hebrew, Greek, Cyrillic, Arabic, Japanese, Chinese;
  • More details..

System Requirements:

Windows XP/Vista 32bit; Additional software: Microsoft PowerPoint 2002/2003/2007/2010

Publisher:

AnyBizSoft

Homepage:

http://www.anypdftools.com/pdf-to-powerpoint.html

File Size:

7.10 MB

Price:

$19.95

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To #67,
Could you send email to support@anybizsoft.com? Usually you will got the reply within 1 business day.
Are you sure to buy from anybizsoft. As we don't sell through Paypal.

Reply   |   Comment by angelinajones18  –  6 years ago
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Ran Setup.exe as administrator. (Previous simple installations gave only the trial version). Then unchecked the Launh option. Then clicked Finish. Then ran Activate.exe. Took care to place Activate in the same directory as the installed application. Well, registration is successful.

Now launched pdf 2 ppt

Added a 1.33 MB file containing Arabic. It got to work but took ages, and ...

the Arabic came out right-to-left. Unreadable!

What di I do now?

Reply   |   Comment by timbuktu  –  6 years ago
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Ashraf, I am using Office 2003, converted a 59 pgs PDF file to PPoint,excellently! Thank You, GOATD.

Thanks Ashraf

Reply   |   Comment by Serenity  –  6 years ago
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P.S. I decided to purchase the "deal" that they are offering us. What a jacked up mess. Paid for it through Paypal, and after confirmation, there are no instructions or no link on how to obtain the software.
Now, after purchasing it, I have to wait 2-3 days for their answer via email.
I shoulda stuck with my first gut feeling to avoid the purchase.

Reply   |   Comment by Todd Ginapp  –  6 years ago
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I finally got it to install after 4 tries. Who knows maybe it was me or a Vista thing. Anyway it did a fine job and I was going to purchase thier 4-1 program but no Excel converter with it. :0(

I have to give this two thumbs up as it did a grand job and the installation will not be an issuse with paying customers.

All of the converted files looked great. Thanks to all.

Reply   |   Comment by Steelers6  –  6 years ago
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I took the developer up on the offer for free support for this problem,let's see if they respond to assist.

Thanks.

Reply   |   Comment by Steelers6  –  6 years ago
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#54 Webwanderer, I tried that it didn't work for me. Anyother thoughts? Anyone?

Thanks

Reply   |   Comment by Steelers6  –  6 years ago
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Windows Vista 64 bit OS 6GB Ram, MS Office 2007.

Tried to install this open and closed and it keeps saying that it is unregistered.

Is the develper online to help with this please. If it works I am complentating buying the 4-1. I've tried all of the work arounds suggested but still it is unregistered.

Vidimo Se!

Reply   |   Comment by Steelers6  –  6 years ago
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Pretty annoying, installed as admin and activated as admin on two different computers. On one, finally got it registered, but it crashes 25% into conversion. On the other computer, can't even get it registered. Crappy...

Reply   |   Comment by Allen  –  6 years ago
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Have vista and PPt 2007. downloaded ran set up and activate to no avail only got trial version. What a crappy product!

Reply   |   Comment by Gary  –  6 years ago
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Tested on Win XP, SP2, Microsoft Office 2003 (inc. PowerPoint 2003).

1. I installed the GaotD version, listed in the prog as v. 1.0.1.12, not 1.0.0.12 (see Help > About)
2. Converted 5 PDFs - application form, printable voucher, 'printer' booklet and 2 catalogues (all 3 are heavy with photos and graphics)
3. Downloaded v. 1.0.0.8, from Ashraf’s dotTech.org link (see post #2), and installed it over the GaotD version, without any problems.
4. Converted the same PDFs.

Results:
1. PowerPoint files are ".ppt" files.
2. I can't detect any differences, in the resulting PPTs, between the 1.0.0.8 and 1.0.1.12 conversions.
3. Text is misaligned (overlapping the images) in many of the pages.
4. Text font has changed in many of the PPTs.
5. The only curved text, in the 'printer' PDF, was replaced with stepped letters.

There aren't any problems with the graphics or photos in the PPTs and all the text is present, with only slight overlapping, on occasion, in some of the PPTs. This is probably owing to the change of font increasing the width of the lettering.

It’s a good programme, but not one to replace a commercial prog, if it is needed for professional settings - the overlapping text may be a little embarrassing.

I’ve uploaded the test PDFs and their conversions to mediafire.com:

AnyBizSoft PDF to PPT Test PDFs
AnyBizSoft PDF to PPT 1.0.0.8 Conversions
AnyBizSoft PDF to PPT 1.0.1.12 Conversions

Reply   |   Comment by A. S.  –  6 years ago
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This software worked as stated on several files of relatively small size (less than 25 pages). Nice, simple and easy. Many sheetfed scanners save to pdf and this allows a simple conversion to PPT - great for pictures.
I would like to thank the developer for offering this and their other titles at deep discounts to GAOTD users. This is a great concept and allows users to get updates and technical help. Thanks!

Reply   |   Comment by Alpha omega  –  6 years ago
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www.zamzar.com is a much better, quicker, no download, free service.

Simple as.

Reply   |   Comment by Will  –  6 years ago
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I don't have Microsoft Office, I use OpenOffice 3.1
When I open an Microsoft Office document, it is converted to OpenOffice. Does anyone know if this program is compatible with OpenOffice?

Reply   |   Comment by Saundra  –  6 years ago
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From my point of view,this soft it is necessary to be more deep compatible with:Adobe and Pdf X Change Viewer .

Reply   |   Comment by Ignat Titus  –  6 years ago
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Is this program stable?

Reply   |   Comment by michelle  –  6 years ago
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Found the fix.

Re-ran Setup as admin, then Activate as admin. Now converted 20 page, encrypted PDF. Looked great.


WW

Reply   |   Comment by Web Wanderer  –  6 years ago
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I'm running Vista. Installed, activated, but limited to 3 pages.

Re-ran activate as admin, still limited to 3 pages.

Any fixes?


WW

Reply   |   Comment by Web Wanderer  –  6 years ago
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Awesome, isn't it? I always wanna have a app like this, it's very useful.

Meanwhile, they offer special discount for GOTD users. Only $19.95, then we can get a 4-in-1 PDF Converter, which can convert PDF to Word, PPT, HTML and Text, what a bargain.

I've purchase it and the PDF Password Remover. Now I can easily deal with PDF format.

Thanks GOTD and AnyBizSoft Studio!

Reply   |   Comment by Janny  –  6 years ago
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Loock on their site.Only this day it will give you a:Pdf to text free and it give some ideea for others free pdf conversion.

Reply   |   Comment by Ignat Titus  –  6 years ago
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I insert into a pdf :an mp3 file,a swf video and a comment.Tool for insertion was Adobe Acrobat Pro 9.Insertion was with succes.Next i use AnyBizSoft for conversion to ppt.Result was:everything fail;multimedia and comment.So my new note is 7,5.

Reply   |   Comment by Ignat Titus  –  6 years ago
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AnyBizSoft has potential, the tools is getting more interesting. This PDF to PowerPoint Converter is so useful. And the PDF Converter is only $19.95, which is great and affordable. It's really a bargain to upgrade to PDF Converter.

Reply   |   Comment by Smith  –  6 years ago
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Ok I figured out the bug with the Activate program.

After the install completes
1. don't run the Convert program, deselect the option to start and click finish.

2. Then when the program is not running, or has not been started, run the Activate program.

It works fine then.

BTW I had to a full deinstall/reinstall for this to work. Hope this helps others.

Reply   |   Comment by Jack  –  6 years ago
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Installation & activation worked seamlessly for me:
Using XP Home with Office 2003 for my Powerpoint program, I easily converted a 20 page .pdf booklet. All 20 pages displayed with no limitations. Also viewed it with the MS pptx viewer with no difficulty.

I think MS Office 7 & Vista cause more problems than little old XP, which I plan to keep un-upgraded until there are no longer any useful applications available for it.

Reply   |   Comment by Alan Taplow  –  6 years ago
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Well, I installed PP Viewer 2003; that didn't help. I installed v1.0.0.8 from the developer’s website and I still get the message "The program failed to create the documents adapter”. Looks like this one's getting uninstalled. I'm using Windows XP Media Version 2005 with plenty of processor and 4 gig memory.

Reply   |   Comment by magiccrpet  –  6 years ago
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Sorry,links it work.I believe that in Power Point it will work like in Adobe Acrobat or Reader with only double click on link but i see that here work with right click and open hyperlink.So my note will be 8.Thank Judith that you say that work,you make me to try again and to discover my ignorance.

Reply   |   Comment by Ignat Titus  –  6 years ago
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” The program failed to create the documents adapter”. After re-reading system requirements, I see I need a newer PP version than the PP 2000 I'm using. I'll install PP Viewer 2003 and see if that fixes the problem.

Reply   |   Comment by magiccrpet  –  6 years ago
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Installed and activated on a XP SP3 system with Office 2003 without any problem. Successfully converted my GPS 126 page user manual in several minutes. The speed is not bad. The pictures and letters plus page format seem to be fine. However, it created a lot of underline on pages which the original does not have. Very strange behavier. I will rate it 6 out of 10.

Reply   |   Comment by GG8  –  6 years ago
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Maybe you can restart the computer after activation. And have a try.

Reply   |   Comment by Geroge  –  6 years ago
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I just need to present some PDF material to the students these day then i find it. And this PDF to PowerPoint Converter do me a big favor. As i don't find any software online that just convert PDF to PowerPoint. I just tried this and it performed well.
Many thanks to AnyBizSoft and GOTD...

Reply   |   Comment by Windmill0325  –  6 years ago
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Win XP SP3 with MS Office 2007. - Installed EZ-ily and Activated just fine.

Converted a 75 page PDF with Graphics and a whole bunch of links perfectly in about 2 min. The links still work.

Very Impressive!

Thanks to AnyBizSoft and GOTD

Judith

Reply   |   Comment by Judith Tramayne  –  6 years ago
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Hi All,

Something is wierd here.

I run Vista Business

1. I downloaded and ran the program. At the last stage (Where it says complete do you want to run the program)
2. I ran the activate. Said it activated sucessfully
3. I then loaded a simple 13 page PPT Pdf . I get a msg saying only 3 pages allowed (unregistered).

Overall, this install/activate is messed up, i.e., it did not work for me.



Thanks for clarifying that $9.95 gets tech support.

Reply   |   Comment by Jack  –  6 years ago
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Hi, #29 For 9.95 you can buy the technical support (free) and the free upgrades to the future versions + commercial usage ( which are not included in GAOTD offer !

Reply   |   Comment by Jozsef  –  6 years ago
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The $9.95 discount is for someone who wants for permanent update and technical support. AnyBizSoft is not setting restriction to gain profits. For GOTD users who can’t active, maybe your OS is beyond the system requirement listed. Or you may reboot the program to try again.

Reply   |   Comment by Kavachi  –  6 years ago
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No problem to install and is 100% functional with what it put from Gaotd.No need to try with trial version from publisher.

Reply   |   Comment by Ignat Titus  –  6 years ago
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I wanted to add that, upon further inspection, when I printed the PPTX file the graphics were well below standard quality. It looks acceptable on my monitor, but in print there are jagged edges and color bleeds.

I zoomed all the way in to inspect more closely within PowerPoint, and the jaggedness is there. You just don’t notice it at 100% zoom.

It’s still a far better quality of conversion than anything else I’ve tried, and I think for a presentation it would look fine. It’s just not print quality.

Reply   |   Comment by Nebulous  –  6 years ago
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In final i converted this 555 pages(XP SP3 32 Office 2003).Result;the file is in format: ppt(i don't know if is because i have Office 2003),from 22,6 mb(pdf)it became 19 mb(ppt),from time to time text is out from pages(the border line),don't keep links functionality.Table and picture are good converted.Improve:link to be functional,text in page and perhabs:conversion of pdf with video and audio inside(i don't test in this case).So seem to be good only for simple pdf(and probably with multimedia(if it work?)).Is not a complete(whole) soft.My note is 6 or 7.

Reply   |   Comment by Ignat Titus  –  6 years ago
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has anyone found out if this GOATD supports 64bit? ...as always, thank you.

Reply   |   Comment by j m  –  6 years ago
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I wanted to add three things to Ashraf’s (ALWAYS!) excellent review(s). I offer below, one BIG positive, one neutral, one BIG negative, and a Question:

= 1 = THE BIG POSITIVE
I am amazed at the quality of the PDF output. I uploaded a 2.6MB, 13-page PDF that was heavy with graphics (drawings I believe originated from PPT's drawing or SmartArt tools before being converted to PDF) as well as a lot of text.

As far as I can see, the conversion was flawless, and the graphics are of perfect quality. They do get rendered to some sort of Raster image (such as BMP), but that's to be expected.

One thing that impressed me was that when text was overlaid on graphics, the text was converted properly to text boxes and overlaid on the image in exactly the right spot and size. I've tried several of these conversion tools, and none has impressed me like this one.

The timing of this offer was really strange for me. I don't know if I have ever needed to covert PDF to PowerPoint before -- maybe once or twice, I can't remember. But it's not my usual thing. Just YESTERDAY I had a pressing need for this and spent HOURS trying a few downloaded and on-line tools using the same file I used today. Every one of them -- even the highest rated from trusted sources -- did a terrible job. I ended up using Vista's Snipping Tool to copy/paste the pages into PowerPoint, but then they weren't editable and I had to do all sorts of tricks to make them usable for my purpose. This tool would have saved me many hours of work.

= 2 = THE NEUTRAL
Ashraf wondered about whether the tool chose PPTX over PPT because he had PowerPoint 2007. I don't know the answer, but I did try changing PowerPoint 2007's default Save format to PPT before I ran my test. It still saved in PPTX. FWIW.

= 3 = THE BIG NEGATIVE
During installation, I was asked whether I also wanted to install Software Inspector, which says it lets me know when updates are available for this and other programs. I don't trust programs like that if I'm not familiar with them, especially when they are bundled. I use Secunia for that purpose. I said NO, I don't want to install it and proceeded. After installation, it was installed anyway!!! Not only that, it was launched automatically!!! I promptly uninstalled it, but this is a major problem to me and leaves me with worries.

= 4 = THE QUESTION
This was offered today for free to GAOTD users. So why in the world on their website at does it currently say "$9.95 for GOTD Users ONLY on October 20, 2009?" It says that in light blue text to the right of the Download and Buy Now buttons.

All in all, I like the tool very much based on my one test (especially as compared to other tools out there). However, the Software Inspector think has me spooked.

Reply   |   Comment by Nebulous  –  6 years ago
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I had to use Ashraf's workaround to get this to work on my Vista with PPt 2007. It works fine now. Thanks, Ashraf.

#16, What Powerpoint version are you running? I installed this on my wife's computer with XP and got the response--”The program failed to create the documents adapter. Please contact our technical support." I clicked on Register and confirmed that it was properly registered. I then remembered that my wife's computer has PowerPoint 2000, which is apparently not supported, since the documentation states, "MS PowerPoint 2003, 2007 or 2010 is required."

Reply   |   Comment by Harold  –  6 years ago
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To #29
The $9.95 promotion price is for someone who needs for commercial usage and technical support permanently. No other restrictions for GOTD user.

Reply   |   Comment by raneeq  –  6 years ago
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If anyone has any problems email support@anybizsoft.com
Hope it helps!

Reply   |   Comment by GOATD Installer  –  6 years ago
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All,

If you follow the link to the Mfr's website. You will see that this product is not free.

It is offered today (20th) as a promotion for $9.95, hence the restrictions.

Based on the problems reported on Vista ( I run business), I d like to run the previous version. But I could not find a link to the previous version.

Ashraf could you tell me where the link may be found?

Thanks

Reply   |   Comment by Jack  –  6 years ago
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Vista Home Basic with Office 2007
Ran Setup.exe as admin
Ran Activate.exe as admin
If I open program as admin it is registered OK, otherwise not. I did not try installing and activating without admin.
Tried a 6 page conversion. Looked good at first glance but on closer inspection found that conversion struggled with unusual fonts and tables producing poor results in these circumstances. Will probably keep to try if I need to do such a conversion but not all that hopeful of accurate results based on my first try.

Reply   |   Comment by Craig  –  6 years ago
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It doesn't convert! At least I don't see the files... When I used the trial version it worked just fine.

Reply   |   Comment by GAOTD Installer  –  6 years ago
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An excellent software utility, and apart from using it to convert from PDF to powerpoint, it can also be used for editing PDF documents. Convert the original PDF document to PPT, do the editing in the PPT file, and then convert the PPT file back to PDF using any PDF convertor. A problem observed was that when non english fonts, were used in the PDF file, the font change was not observed in the PPT file, due to which the alignment of the text gets disturbed (out of screen)

Reply   |   Comment by Ashish Shaji  –  6 years ago
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I downloaded, installed, and activated it on a PC running Windows XP. No problem. But when I downloaded it onto a PC running Windows Vista, I had problems. It downloaded and installed, and it appeared to activate properly. But when I attempted to convert a PDF to PowerPoint, I received the message that it wasn't activated and I was limited to 3 pages. When I continued, the screen froze with "Waiting" displayed. At that point, the "Cancel" button didn't work, and all I could do was exit the program.

Reply   |   Comment by Steven Papier  –  6 years ago
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For #10.Maybe this is standalone.You don't need office for that.I don't test if is thrue or not,because i have Office 2003.Motivation to have this soft even if you don't have Office can be this:Exist Power Point Viewer for free,also Oppen Office free,that maybe open this ppt and you can make some changing,for example to embedding:video or(and) audio.You can do this directly in pdf only if you have:Adobe Acrobat or Pdf printer Pro that cost money.Maybe in this way you can do more for free.I don't know because i don't test this.About AnyBizSoft:if you have only 1-10 page it work fast ,if you test on 555 pages,you must to wait probably 2 hours.Remain to see if keep the links from pdf.

Reply   |   Comment by Ignat Titus  –  6 years ago
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@16,18: When the screen comes up, that says "AnyBizSoft 4-in-1 PDF Converter", click on the orange button, "Add Files", in the upper left corner of the box. Hope that helps. It is a bit confusing.

Reply   |   Comment by Painter  –  6 years ago
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to Ashraf #6
and #16
from Pat-continued
Rem: my previous post (from appox. 13:30 GMT+1 - not certain about that because I tend to lose track of time when at the computer) has not been published yet (14:07 GMT+1).
I doubted that your workaround would work and promised to report back after install and run as you recommended.
WORKS PERFECTLY ON MY SYSTEM!
Just batch-converted a 41 page ànd a 80 page PDF by simply dragging and dropping the PDF's into the Filename column in PDF to PP's Add Files window and saved the PPS-files on a USB-stick. The process took some 8 minutes (having 3 rather big Word-files open, 4 Explorer-windows, 1 Google Chrome-window, and 2 My Computer-windows...)
I suppose registering worked fine as I did not get any request from ABS and because GOTD confirmed install to be successful.
I'm running Win XP professional SP2 with Office 2003.
So: thanks Ashraf for your creative suggestion, and thanks GOTD for this ànd other programs.

Pat.

Reply   |   Comment by Patrick  –  6 years ago
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