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PDF2Office Personal 3 Gets Intel Mac Support

PDF2Office Personal 3 Gets Intel Mac Support

by , 8:25 AM EDT, September 28th, 2006

Recosoft Corporation announced the immediate availability of PDF2Office Personal 3.0 on Thursday. PDF2Office Personal is a Microsoft Word plug-in that converts Adobe Acrobat PDF documents into Word format. The new version is a Universal Binary plug-in, allowing it to run natively on PowerPC and Intel-based Macs, adds PDF2Office Desktop Server so that Word doesn't have to manage the PDF conversion and import, converts PDF forms to Word forms, includes a PostScript font matching, substitution and scaling feature, adds password-protected document support, and more.

PDF2Office Personal 3.0 is available for download at the Recosoft Web site, and is priced at US$59. Upgrades from version 2 cost $29, and are free if you purchased version 2 on or after August 1.

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