How to covert PDF files

Without the right software programs, editing a PDF file can be a major problem and the best option sometimes is converting to a different format like docx, or anything else.

 

There are several  programs created for converting PDF files and Able2Extract is one of such.

However, its worth mentioning that this program has some advanced features and that gives it an edge over the rest.

Able2Extract is a software program that converts PDF files to various formats, it’s a lightweight software, the current version (9.0.5) is only about 44MB.

Able2extract is easy to use, all you need to do is click a button, select your file and choose the format to be converted to.

The advantages are that it is easy to use user interface, has a wide variety of supported formats, two way conversion supported (convert from PDF & convert to PDF), batch conversion supported and a great output.

Unfortunately, it has disadvantages, which include the fact that it’s a bit expensive at $99 which is 19,705 Naira, and the conversion from Excel sheet to PDF did not produce the best result.

You can convert PDF files and TXT files to different formats such as Word Document, Excel, PowerPoint, OpenOffice, HTML, AutoCAD and regular PNG image, you can also create PDF files from suported fomats like txt, docx, csv and many others.

The converted document looks almost identical to the original file and there was no noticeable distortion.

Able2Extract gives you a free 7-day trial and if you’re satisfied, you can either go for a 30-day subscription priced at $34.95 or a full license sold at $99.95.

Able2Extract can be said to be an awesome software that does what it’s meant to do perfectly, however, we do hope more input formats are supported in future updates.

Source: geek

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