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Giveaway of the day — PDF to Word Converter

Quickly convert Adobe PDF files to editable Microsoft Office Word documents with PDF to Word Converter.
$39.95 EXPIRED
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PDF to Word Converter was available as a giveaway on July 17, 2013!

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Simpo PDF to Word Converter makes it easier to reuse the contents, such as text, tables and graphics, images or entire PDF documents, as it is able to convert the read-only PDF file to editable Microsoft Word, with all original contents retained well in converted Word documents so that you can spend less time retyping, copying and pasting. It also works as a PDF to Text converter to extract plain text from PDF and save as .txt.

Key Features:

  • Retain original text contents, graphs and charts, images and layouts, tables and graphics objects.
  • Combine two converters - PDF to Word & PDF to Text so that you can convert PDF to both Word and plain Text.
  • Convert a collection of PDF files, up to 200 files at a time.
  • 500% faster speed to convert PDF files to Word.

System Requirements:

Windows 8, 7, Vista, XP

Publisher:

Simpo Technologies

Homepage:

http://www.simpopdf.com/pdf-to-word.html

File Size:

10.7 MB

Price:

$39.95

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@42:Ganpat-Thank you for your serious concerned buddy and thank you for the valuable link.

Reply   |   Comment by SANJU SHRESTHA  –  2 years ago
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@ Rob, # 57

The Wondershare version is 4.0.1 : http://my.jetscreenshot.com/20413/20130718-175y-9kb

When you submit the coupon code Giovanni provided, plus your name and email address, they will send you 3 emails automatically. Two of them are for 5 euro rebates off their other software and one email, with Subject line "Ihre Anfrage bei wondershare.de", which confirms the details you provided them plus "Seriennummer" - that's the reg number, you'll need to activate the software.

All 3 emails hit my Spam folder, so look in there, you might find a fresh batch of emails from them.

If you are a previous client, you might want to use a different email address, so that they would consider you a "new" client and supply you with the download link, which is: http://download.wondershare.de/pdf-converter-pro_full881.exe

If you just copy and paste that, you'll be able to download the pdf-converter-pro_full881.exe but you will still need your own Serial Number to activate it.

Good luck!

Reply   |   Comment by Hans A.  –  2 years ago
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Thanks Giovanni,
I managed to translate some of the Wondershare page, and I think I got it (EXE) and the Registration code (in an email).
However, when I browsed around my Wondershare Profile page, I noticed that I had purchased an earlier version of that program in 2011.
I am now having doubts as to whether I downloaded the current version, or just requested a re-emailing of my 2011 purchase registration.

Could someone (that has successfully followed Giovanni's suggestion) let me know if the version they received, is this one -
Version: 2.6.1

Thanks,
Rob

Reply   |   Comment by Rob  –  2 years ago
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As promised by Giovanni, the Wondershare converter DID turn out to be real gem. Thanks for the coupon and the link! I really put it through the mill: it turned a 1391-pg PDF (5.8 Mb) into a 1395-pg Word doc (19.2 Mb) in exactly 17 minutes, preserving everything inside just as it was in the original.

It was much faster with another batch of PDFs, ranging from 2 to 48 pages and all colors, tables and fonts of the legal documents and brochures were transferred "as is" to the .docx files.

Thanks again, Giovanni, for being such a wealth of info for all of us. Your time and efforts do not go unnoticed here, so keep it up!

######### More to the point on today's offering #########

I just finished playing around with the current GAOTD...

*** HEADS-UP VISTA USERS ***

Pay attention to the short blurb in the !readme! file. You HAVE to run the setup.exe file as an Admin.

The problem for me was, that right after the ZIP extraction, the .exe file launched by itself and I foolishly proceeded with the installation, even though I had already read this in the instructions:
"NB: if you are a Vista OS user you will probably need to run Setup.exe and Activate.exe in the name of administrator on the PC."

So, the first time around, it seemed as if everything went without a hitch... but then when I launched the software, it asked for an email and a registration number. Obviously, I was running the trial version, which limits users to only the first THREE PAGES of a document: http://my.jetscreenshot.com/20413/20130718-lyf8-58kb

After an uninstall, I re-setup everything by right-clicking on the .exe file and running it as an Admin, made sure I did NOT launch the app at the end, activated it through the Activate.exe file and now the full version works perfectly. Clicking the middle button on the top right shows the product registered to giveawayoftheday and the registration code field is populated.

Initial thoughts: very easy to use, fast, hasn't crashed on me once, there is an option to either ADD FILES or just drag-and-drop them into the working window area (same as the Wondershare app). When the file is ready, a little pop-up tells you that the file is done. You can launch the converted file directly from the app itself with one click or open the folder, where it was saved. The program creates a default Save location under its own name inside your Documents but by using the Browse button, you can change the desired destination for your files.

One interesting and nice feature I noticed in both of these programs: when doing a BATCH conversion, you can customize Full vs. Partial conversion for each individual file. My old program (All Free PDF to Word Converter) had some limitations in that regard but now, for a Full conversion, I just leave the default "All Pages" selection as it is. For a large PDF, where I only need a portion of it turned to Word, I can use the drop-down menu and specify the exact page number or the range of pages (10-100).

I noticed, however, that when a document contains clickable links, once converted to Word, those links contain a line THROUGH the words. This will take a bit of experimenting to get rid of those lines. Moving the text further down the page helps but the lines are still visible and there is no way to select them with the mouse or the cursor in order to delete them.

Overall, I give this app Thumbs UP and recommend that everyone at least tries it. It might not work exactly the same way on all machines but if you at least follow the instructions, run the setup as admin and play around with it a little, you might find some useful applications for it. You never know when you'll need to tear a PDF to shreds and rebuild it in Word to your liking.

Thanks GAOTD for another useful addition!

Reply   |   Comment by Hans A.  –  2 years ago
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PDF2Word.exe hangs in my two updated Windows XP Pro. SP3 machines. :(

Reply   |   Comment by Ant  –  2 years ago
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In my comment #4 my lack of success with today's offering was found to be problems within my computer. However, on my laptop there was a big improvement in the layout but it still was not as good as I had hoped.
I downloaded Giovanni Wondeshare recommendation and as a test of the OCR converted a 92 MB PDF image file to word. It wasn't the most rapid procedure but went without a hiccup and produced a readable and searchable document, quite amazing.
Many manuals posted online are in PDF format and contain image files and hence are not searchable, a necessity in a manual.

Wondeshare PDF converter pro does the job of converting remarkably well!

Reply   |   Comment by XP-Man  –  2 years ago
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To ghudak, currently @ # 37

Indeed, you are supposed to download the trial version (4.0.1). Make sure it is the Windows version, and not the Mac version.

Click the Activieren key and after filling in the request form you will almost immediately get the registration key in your email. Register your installed program using the key provided in the email.

Hope it helps.

Reply   |   Comment by im  –  2 years ago
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@Giovvonni #19 and others. I am not new to this but I have tried 3 different browsers and still no luck in getting an email back or being able to registrar my download. What gives?? What version do I download to be able to registrar? What is the correct page? German? other?? Help!!

Reply   |   Comment by ghudak  –  2 years ago
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I donwloaded Wondershare's giveaway mentioned by Giovanni but I am not sure whether my product will work after the trial offer has ended because the registration code I received in the mail is different than the one Giovanni mentioned. It still says my software is registered when I check on the "about" tab though.

Reply   |   Comment by just me  –  2 years ago
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Tested - #1. UniPDF. #2. Wondershare. #3 Simpo.

PDF to Word results with these programs, is nothing more than a image inserted into a blank Word document. Probably more options, but that's all I needed it for, and if that's all I get, I would rather just use my screen capture (with better clarity), make an image and insert the image into a blank Word document and skip these foolish programs.

UniPDF results were clear, whereas Wondershare were unclear and fuzzy.

When installing UniPDF, be very careful as the installation process tries to quietly install 3 additional programs -- (1) Snap.do Smartbar, (2) Foodbuzz, for food and recipe information, (3) Price Peep and additional search changes and tool bars.
. . . . . . > With UniPDF, Caution is advised. Read everything on the install carefully, and don't just click-away to make your install faster.
(17July2013)(XPpro)

Reply   |   Comment by Maximus  –  2 years ago
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I purchased this app a few years back and it was so horrible, I emailed them and they never responded. TERRIBLE, TERRIBLE APP and it has not improved, either.

Here is what I do (it is bit time-consuming, but may be worth it):
IF THE PDF IS UNCOPYABLE & LOCKED:
Get the PDFTools app (http://download.cnet.com/PDFTools/3000-10743_4-10523933.html)
Use the SPLIT A PDF option in this app then select SPLIT PAGE RANGE at the bottom of the menu. Select whatever pages you want or select 1 to whatever # pages there are. It will re-create the PDF as copyable. Then you can copy paste the test from the new PDF to a Word doc or text doc. Yes, it is a bit of work, but I use this app because I download NUMEROUS LOCKED PDFs froma subscribed magazine site and this method actually UNLOCKS them.

Reply   |   Comment by Software Babe  –  2 years ago
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Since PDF is a print-only medium, with normal word processing information (like text flow) suppressed in favor of non-editable page layout, the wonder is that these programs can get anything out even remotely resembling editable word processing. That is, unless you use word processing as a page layout program, rather than for creative writing (i.e. words).

I have seen PDF to "something" programs turn a PDF into a page layout in Word, but it wasn't very editable as text, only in terms of positioning objects on the page.

The judgement on these programs has to be "which works better". I've not found one that is perfect all the time, for any price. Perhaps as AI becomes better, the programs will get better too.

Reply   |   Comment by Terry  –  2 years ago
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Also, the Simpo PDF-to-Doc product tries to auto-load it's converted output document using your registered .doc program and show it to you open on screen, so if your own .doc program hangs, if you even have one, then you'll never see your output .doc file in a directory anywhere until you reboot, or Ctrl-Alt-Del to the task manager and resolve your .doc opening challenges.

(Yeah, yeah, I know, fix my MS Word ... but all I wanted to do was convert some PDFs to Docs for use ELSEWHERE, and instead, Simpo tried to open them here on this non-Word-based PC -- and that was NOT my goal!)

Are you listening, Simpo? Don't do anything I don't tell you to do, and don't do anything you don't tell me you're gonna do, and give me first refusal to abort from any task you toss at me. Thanks.

Reply   |   Comment by Peter Blaise  –  2 years ago
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There is not, nor can there be, a PDF to Word converter that can work perfectly.

The software simply cannot deal with every possible contingency that could be encountered. For example, the majority of PDFs out there suffer from some or all of the following:

- Many PDFs have been edited and re-edited and re-re-edited, ad nauseum, until they are a jumbled, fractured mess of PDF objects.
- There are many, many versions of many, many PDF editors and PDF creators and PDF converters and PDF writer utilities in general use these days. Many of these PDF producers create inferior PDF objects that are subsequently very difficult to convert to Word docs.
- There is no universal method specifying how a PDF writer should create its PDF objects. Two different PDF writers, using the same file as input, will quite likely produce vastly different PDF output files (i.e., one writer might produce a 25 K file, with 50 objects, using PDF 1.4, while the other writer might produce a 60K file, with 85 objects, using PDF 1.5).
- Most PDFs have design flaws. Numerous big, fat books have been written about how to properly compose a PDF. But very few PDF authors have bothered to read those books. (GIGO)
- Many PDFs have embedded fonts that aren't available in the Word software on the host system, so font substitutions are used during the translation process. This can result in a myriad of translation problems (character mappings; font attributes; ligatures; and on and on...).
- Error handling routines from conversion product to conversion product can vary between "robust and well-thoughtout" to "non-existent". But even the best products often have no recourse other to just bypass the problem.
- PDF to Word conversion software is outdated. Most of them have not evolved much at all, while PDF has been adapting to the ever-changing landscape of technology: graphics, forms, security, XML, CSS, accessibility, security, metadata, and so on.
- And, most importantly, there are many versions of PDF (1.0, 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 1.4, 1.5, 1.6, 1.7, PDF/X, PDF/A, etc.), and many versions of Word (97, 2000, 2007, 2010, etc.) which, combined with the vast multitude of structural differences between the PDF and Word formats in the first place, greatly complicates any conversion process.
Some of the more complex issues simply cannot be dealt with by any piece of conversion software.

I've been working with PDF since its inception 20 years ago, and I often use this type of conversion software, because it can be a time-saver when I need to create a Word doc. But I also know it's impossible to trust it to capture every word and every character from the original input file. Therefore, I always proofread everything, after the conversion process. No matter the software used, I typically find a missing line or two, or a dropped apostrophe, or a mis-mapped character or three. Mind you, several products are SO bad, I don't use them twice.

I can hardly wait for PDF 2.0 (currently under development).

Cheers

Reply   |   Comment by Johnnie Walker  –  2 years ago
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Same problems as with other PDF converters recently shared here and elsewhere:

-- no OCR Optical Character Recognition that can convert into text an image-based PDF containing JPG pictures of text

-- no smarts, this converts each original line in a text-based PDF into a separate section / text-box in a Word .doc, making a disconnected mess of a paragraph, breaking sentences into one-line bits regardless of punctuation or paragraph structures.

Instead, I suggest that anyone who needs a robust and flexible solution just search the web for [ adobe acrobat 8 pro free download full version ] to find Adobe's own release of their prior / older versions of Acrobat Reader / Writer / Converter, "official" versions that DO have OCR and sentence structure / paragraph structure recognition.

I suggest that Simpo and others update their offering to equal what can be had from their competition, rather than re-marketing tired old over-simplified tools -- we're gettin' wise to ya!

Reply   |   Comment by Peter Blaise  –  2 years ago
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@35 Jack Scott,

Why are you listing "Wondershare PDF to Word" Free to try (15-day trial) NOT FREE.

Reply   |   Comment by Robert R. Richardson  –  2 years ago
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Installed on HP OPavililion, Win 7 premium but will not activate. Sent email to Simpo Support. Documents can be edited in Word 2010 but not Word 2003. When I convert to text, the file only contains three lines of "-------Converted by Unregisterd Simpo PDF Converter -------".

Looked like a simple to use product but thumbs down.

Reply   |   Comment by Larrie  –  2 years ago
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@16: Sanju--Pls try doPDF. It is a simple and effective program to convert word files to PDF. Other converters like Paperless Printers impose their logo in the output. But doPDF comes out clean. You can download @ http://www.dopdf.com/quick-download.php

Reply   |   Comment by ganpat  –  2 years ago
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Does a fine job on plain PDFs. If I had to handle tables, photos etc. I'd certainly consider the upgrade version but for most of the work I do this would work just fine.

Reply   |   Comment by Gary  –  2 years ago
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What garbage today's crap of the day is!!! And 40 bucks? Sounds like another cheap Asian offering!

I got my pdf-jpg/bmp/png/tiff converter FREE from freepdfconverter.com and it works great!

You can find pdf-word anywhere...

Reply   |   Comment by Bugs  –  2 years ago
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Prefer to use Wondershare Software than this one!

Reply   |   Comment by AikoSpiral  –  2 years ago
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FYI. Using Giovanni's Wondershare link and Google translate, wasn't able to get translation to work properly in either Chrome or IE but was in Firefox and have successfully activated product. It lets you convert multiple files at once so threw a wide variety at it (forms, manuals, pamphlets with graphics, maps, etc). Handled them all well.

Reply   |   Comment by phlypp  –  2 years ago
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@19 or others...HELP HELP HELP !!!

I cannot get the Wondershare PDF Converter Pro to registrar. I have tried all the suggestions. Which version do you download? I did the "trial" from the link Giovanni gave in #19..

Reply   |   Comment by ghudak  –  2 years ago
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I downloaded onto a Windows 7 64-bit laptop, installed it and ran the Activate application. It said it had activated successfully but when I ran the program it said it was a trial program. I then ran Activate again while the program was open and Help/About still said it was a trial version. So I closed the program and ran Activate yet again and help/About then said I had a registered program but offered me a Register button, so I clicked it and got a Register Successful pop-up.

Then I tried a document. It was 2 pages, the first with text in two different fonts and two font sizes and a small picture, the second page being three more pictures, two side by side above a third full width picture.

The results were nothing like I expected. Firstly the output was supposed to be in Word format, but I got an RTF file. The first page had the picture in the wrong place - after the text rather than two lines down, and the lines starting with a bullet had a question mark instead. The second page showed only the first picture.

As the file I chose was typical of what I would use the program for, I regard this Giveaway as pretty useless.

It should be called PDF to RTF converter, because that is what it actually is, and it doesn't do that properly.

I shall try some of the free ones suggested in the other comments, and if I find one that does the job properly, this Givaway will be uninstalled.

Reply   |   Comment by Jim  –  2 years ago
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@ Giovanni - usually you're bang on with your recommendations but Nemo PDF to Word is virtually useless - very poor inaccurate conversion, impossible to use properly. Want a great alternative that WORKS every time and brings a big smile to your face? Try Wondershare PDF to Word. I just love it - works perfectly every time retaining all images and tables and etc.

Reply   |   Comment by Jack Scott  –  2 years ago
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Thanks Giovanni and everyone that suggested how to get the keycode for the Wondershare prg!! Finally worked,...deleted letters saying email, etc,... thought it wasn't, the letter giving me the code finally showed up. Hurray!!
Re the PDF Xchange viewer and ocr,.. been using that for a long time.
Its a great prg, and does well unless the pdf is a really low quality.
:-)

Reply   |   Comment by martina  –  2 years ago
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@Giovanni,

My apologies to you!

When registering the Wondershare software using your instructions, I received *two* emails from them. I opened the second of the two, followed the instructions, and mistakenly believed that I had registered/activated the software. However, the activation code was actually in the first email of the two. Once I realized my mistake and entered the code provided there, the program was successfully activated.

So you were correct, and I was wrong. Thank you for your excellent
contribution today.

Frank D

Reply   |   Comment by Frank D  –  2 years ago
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I think the acid test is has the software got OCR which is able to deal with extracting text from the "image text" and sadly most of the freeware OCR progs on offer are dreadful despite what they claim to be able to do. But then many of the commercial ones are unfortunately not much better. Despite the additional handling I would settle for a capable standalone OCR program! At one time it was possible to get a free copy of ABBYY Finereader Sprint Plus but not anymore. I think it was a free offering via the UK "Computer Active!" magazine

Most of the PDF to Word type offerings are hit or miss depending on what the software is being asked to do. I took Giovanni at his word and tried out UniPDF on a commercial catalogue which had numerous images, graphics and loads of textboxes and text. When the outcome file was loaded into Microsoft Word it amazed me by coming out perfect even the fancy shaped outlines were spot on. On the other hand Kingsoft, Libre Office, Open Office and Ashampoo all made a pig's ear of interpreting the outcome Word file not to mention Libre Office taking an eternity to load it up.

I tried Simpro and it just wasn't up to it so I have given it a bye. I tried out Wondershare's PDF Converter Pro but again it didn't perform as well as I expected - spliting tables over pages seems to be a problem for most of this type of converter software. Nevertheless, It is too good a freebie to overlook so I'm not going to look a gift horse in the mouth! It will probably be useful at some point.

Thanks again Giovanni for your mention of UniPDF!

Reply   |   Comment by Bill Baxter  –  2 years ago
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All those having trouble putting their email into Wondershare, remember to delete the letters saying "email" in the box first and then it works like a dream. Thanks Giovanni!

Reply   |   Comment by Adam  –  2 years ago
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#22 Cartster, and #23 Recremar, make sure you clean the email and name entry boxes ("eMail:" and "Ihr Name:") of everything but your email and name before you send. I made the same mistake.

Reply   |   Comment by Diego Garcia  –  2 years ago
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Many thanks to Giovanni for link to the Pro version of Wondershare PDF Converter Pro. It works great & considering it's normally $80. free is my kind of deal.

Reply   |   Comment by geezer  –  2 years ago
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If you need OCR capability, just enjoy my freebie above (Wondershare PDF Converter Pro) or better yet install the awesome freeware "PDF Xchange Viewer", which can convert and save any scanned or imaged PDF document to one containing searchable text via OCR process (best FREE and lightweight replacement for the most famous Adobe PDF Reader):

http://www.tracker-software.com/product/pdf-xchange-viewer

Enjoy!!!

Reply   |   Comment by Giovanni  –  2 years ago
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# 22. Cartster

Strange...I got the keycode in a couple of seconds...and it still works (I've just tried now)!!

Use another browser (or clean its cache) and/or a proxy (but it's not for German readers only bcs I've got the key using my Italian IP without any hassle...)

Reply   |   Comment by Giovanni  –  2 years ago
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Thanks Giovanni. And thanks Google translate for the German/English.
Wondershare is working! Bit fiddly with the language barrier but it worked.

Reply   |   Comment by LLeon  –  2 years ago
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@Giovanni:

I also tried to activate the time-limited offer for the Wondershare PDF Converter Pro, but just like Cartster, I received the pop-up box saying that there is an 'E-mail error', i.e. the activation code is only good for the e-mail to which it is registered.

Any solution to this gratefully received (^_^)

Reply   |   Comment by Sunnaze  –  2 years ago
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Thanks to Simpo Technologies + GOTD.

Thanks to Giovanni for suggesting UniPDF & Nemo PDF.

As to the test of this GOTD software, let's be reasonable.
Most of us do no need to convert 1,500 pages of PDF document in one go.
No need to torture test the software past its breaking point.
I do conversion of PDF documents that are few pages long, about 3 times a year.

For those wanting OCR, you can image the PDF document and use any OCR.
I use ABBYY FineReader Sprint Plus.
This will give you editable text. You can send output to Ms Word or Excel.

Reply   |   Comment by ric  –  2 years ago
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Giovanni help. I had the same result as #22.

Reply   |   Comment by Recremar  –  2 years ago
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Giovanni
Downloaded and tried to activate Wondershare PDF Converter Pro, but it would not let me activate it. Tried entering the coupon code and my email and name, but a pop up box appeared and wouldn't let me go any further.

Reply   |   Comment by Cartster  –  2 years ago
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http://www.freepdfsolutions.com/free-pdf-to-word-converter.html

free alternative

Reply   |   Comment by Cap  –  2 years ago
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to Giovanni 10^100 ?

Reply   |   Comment by willem b  –  2 years ago
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Forgot to mention these 2 GEMS....

http://www.convertfiles.com (==> Worked great for me...can handle VIDEO CONVERSION as well)

and now...ladies & gentlemen....

* Wondershare PDF Converter Pro (betas this GAOTD 10 times out of 10)

Product Page:
http://www.wondershare.com/pdf-converter/

Giveaway page:
http://www.wondershare.de/cd-cover/active/pdf-converter-pro.html
Coupon Code: za2t4-ipup2-ti4i8-tj4gr-5mrzs

Enjoy Wondershare PDF Converter Pro (PC) with Full Version License Key For FREE ($79.95 Value)

HURRY UP ==> Time Limited Offer!!

Reply   |   Comment by Giovanni  –  2 years ago
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I'm not certain why this program would be needed when there are free pdf to word programs on the internet such as http://www.pdftoword.com/
Some sites also allow you to upload a pdf file and converte it on line hen download the result for free.

Reply   |   Comment by Brian  –  2 years ago
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I'm downloading at the moment to see. But on many occasions I have found that the best solution is to import a pdf as a book in Calibre (http://calibre-ebook.com/download). It will import the document as a "book" with the images etc.

You can then convert it to txt format and then use word or whatever to edit it. No it doesn't keep the formatting a lot of the time, but it's saved me many times and worthwhile wen one is scrambling on the net for a time sensitive solution.

Reply   |   Comment by David Woodroof  –  2 years ago
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PDF to Word converter can be easily found on the net..but can anyone share the link to download WORD TO PDF CONVERTER FULL VERSION please??

I have tried Universal document converter but the exe file is deleted automatically after installation.

Reply   |   Comment by SANJU SHRESTHA  –  2 years ago
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Big issue: it doesn't handle tables!!

THUMBS DOWN!!

So forget this app and switch to...

* Nemo PDF to Word (==> My Personal First Choice)
Great FREE APP designed to convert PDF documents to Word (DOC, RTF), retaining 100% of original images, tables, charts, graphics, font, size, color, underline, boldness etc...
Supports multiple PDFs batch conversion and even password-protected PDF files.

http://www.nemopdf.com/pdf-to-word.html

Full Tutorial:
http://www.nemopdf.com/guide/pdf-to-word.html

* UNIPDF (PDF ==> JPG, HTML, or Text in batches)
http://unipdf.com

Ashraf's review ==> http://dottech.org/89142/windows-best-free-pdf-to-word-converter-pdf-to-doc-or-rtf

See also:
http://www.pdfonline.com/pdf-to-word-converter (==> can preserve hyperlinks and tables with ease)
http://www.ultimatepdfconverter.com
http://www.pdfcore.com
http://www.freepdfsolutions.com/downloads.html
http://www.pdfwordconverter.net/pdf-to-word-converter-features.html

Enjoy!!

My 0.0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000001 cent for today's giveaway!

Reply   |   Comment by Giovanni  –  2 years ago
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Does not support LTR languages. cannot handle file names in those languages. Uninstalled

Reply   |   Comment by Chaim  –  2 years ago
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am i missing something here
when i convert a PDF file it converts the file to Office Open XML Document (.docx),
and when I open the saved file it opens it in Wordpad
i thought it was to PDF to Word converter

Help

Reply   |   Comment by buckoooo  –  2 years ago
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Post 8.
It edits OK in Word 2010, not that that helps you.

Reply   |   Comment by Steve  –  2 years ago
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I have a few pdf files and they converted perfectly, but I also have a large pdf file of 1,535 pages which on converting the program crashed, also on converting page numbers above about page 400 the program crashed again.
On the whole todays giveaway is well worth keeping for converting small files.

Reply   |   Comment by Steve  –  2 years ago
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Well, I tried. I have yet to find a PDF to Word convert that does "what is advertized on the box".
I tried a few PDF files. Mostly a couple of forms I've been trying to convert. The text was there, the graphical formatting was not.
Since I was converting a form, none of the boxes, lines, check boxes converted.
Another swing and a miss. ;(

Reply   |   Comment by Fingerlakes Dave  –  2 years ago
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