PDF to X 4.0 estaba como Giveaway el día n 5 de marzo de 2014
PDF to X se utiliza para convertir documentos PDF a Word (.doc) / WordPad (.rtf) documentos, páginas web HTML, JPG / PNG / BMP / imágenes TIF / GIF / PCX / TGA y archivos de texto sin formato en modo por lotes. Funciona sin Adobe Acrobat o Adobe Reader, y tiene una interfaz amigable, de tamaño pequeño, exacto y capacidad de conversión.
Conserva el texto original, las imágenes, el formato y el diseño de los documentos PDF en varios archivos de salida tanto como sea posible. Además, PDF to X soporta la conversión de archivos PDF protegidos por contraseña y es posible especificar el rango de páginas a convertir (por DOC, RTF, JPG, GIF, PNG, BMP, TIF, PCX, TGA) y soporta la conversión de los archivos PDF que tienen algún tipo de restricciones, como la copia de contenidos, guardar como texto, extracción de páginas, o impresión no permitida (para HTML y TXT).
Windows 2000/ XP/ 2003/ Vista/ 7/ 8 (x32/x64); .NET Framework 2.0 or later
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No bad at all: I've just tried to convert a PDF file to Word and the final output turned out to be pretty good indeed, since it was really able to retain the original text and layout pretty well (didn't try with TABLES though).
So my suggestion is to use it and enjoy it as much as you can (after all the GAOTD update limitation should not be an issue here).
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PDF ==> WORD/DOC/TXT/EPUB/HTML/IMAGE/EXCEL/SWF
* PDFMate PDF Converter
Can easily batch convert any PDF file to Text/Word/EPUB/image/HTML/SWF/PDF, preserving the original layouts, text content, images, vector drawings and hyperlinks.
It's also able to convert scanned PDFs to editable files with built-in OCR (3-page limit), giving users the ability to personalize their output files with very advanced customization settings (extract/ignore specific content and/or extract only images from the original PDF files, make new content without original images, hyperlinks etc...).
Users can even resize their PDF files in A3, A4 and A5 layout and add security protection for opening/editing/copying/printing their converted PDF files, as well as merge multiple PDFs into one.
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Just pay attention while installing it, since it's actually an AD supported app.
However, if what you need is just to convert PDF documents to Word (DOC, RTF), retaining 100% of original images, tables, charts, graphics, font, size, color, underline, boldness etc..., then just use a superb freeware called "Nemo PDF to Word".
Supports multiple PDFs batch conversion and password-protected PDF files, giving users even the ability to convert partial pages from large PDF files.
And as for FREE OCR tools, try these:
http://www.ocronline.com (==> Supports over 153 languages)
http://www.softpedia.com/get/Office-tools/PDF/Free-Image-OCR.shtml (==> AD Supported App)
http://www.paperfile.net (==> It uses the powerful Tesseract engine by Google)
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Installed and registered without problems on a Win 8.1 Pro 64 bit system.
A chinese company without name and address. We had had already software from this company, if I remember right.
A small windows with four keys to convert from .PDF to .xxx opens. You choose your export option, you choose your input file and your output location. That's it.
This small program doesn't have of course OCR capabilites like the excellent Aimersoft PDF converter pro we had had some days ago.
The program installs on my machine in C:\Users\xxxxx\AppData\Roaming\PDF Helper\PDF to X and not in the default program folder.
I would like to write something about the conversion quality, but on my test PDF file, an OCRd book in PDF format, this program does not finish. It says since the last fifteen minutes : converting, please wait, but it doesnnot do anything. I have to close it with the taskmanager.
I tried a simple true PDF file (some ebook pages about wine...) for the second test to the .HTML format. The conversion quality is ... you'll test it better by yourself...
Unsufficiently, in no way comparable with the previous GAOT converter.
Uninstalled via reboot.
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No problems getting his program up and running; it opens to a simple interface giving your choice of output type.
Tested it on a PDF file containing two pages, this file has defeated every method of conversion to word I have tried, including converting to an image file and then using an OCR program on it.
The file itself contains large graphics with text under one image and text between two images at the bottom.
Today's download did a surprisingly good job and did it very quickly; it wasn't perfect, some of the text overwriting the image and some lacking spaces between the words.
Interestingly enough all programs that I've tested that did a reasonable job have failed in exactly the same area of the document, having said that most programs I tested made a total hash of it.
I remember from my postgraduate studies that documents written at home and then taken into the university to be printed used to get dreadfully scrambled because of the way the normal.dot template works, my point being how or will this is affect the output when converting to doc files.
One point worth mentioning when I tried to edit my conversion using today's program it was not possible to select the graphic to move it, this did limit my ability to edit the document.
Because of the complexity and diversity of PDF file formats many others need to be tested, having said that it did a good job on a file I know to be difficult to convert, I'll be keeping it in my PDF toolkit.
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@Ashraf (post #1)
That is a pretty pathetic attempt at plugging your own site while offering nothing at all about the product in question. No wonder it's being voted as an "unuseful" comment...
Like others here I did try it out and found it a bit buggy and unreliable and not especially great over and above some other tools you can get.
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This software is very buggy and offers nothing that free wares don´t do better.
The conversion is just to a image - no OCR. The output is extremely huge compared to other tools with no OCR, like UniPDF.
It is also very buggy:
- asks for a password on a non-protected PDF.
- hangs sometimes for ever
- sometimes fails, but no explanation why
For me this tool is worthless.
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