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It’s easy to save a Microsoft Word file as a PDF, but what if you need to edit a PDF file in Microsoft Word? That’s where Solid PDF to Word comes in.
Redmond, Washington-based Solid Documents announced Wednesday the release of their Solid PDF to Word for Mac. The leading developer of document reconstruction and archiving software has finally ported their popular Windows product to the Mac, allowing for easy conversion of PDF files into Microsoft Word or Excel, iWork Pages and other editable documents, including HTML.
“We are excited to bring Solid PDF to Word to the Mac,” said Solid Documents founder Michael Cartwright. “Businesses are standardizing in Mac-based environments. With this product, repurposing and reusing documents becomes quicker and easier.”
Solid PDF to Word for Mac offers batch-process conversions, hyperlink detection to transfer your PDF URLs to your new Word document, rotated text recovery, PDF form recognition, table recovery, advanced options for converting or removing headers & footers and most important of all, quality conversions to save time on reformatting and reworking your converted file.
Solid PDF to Word for Mac requires an Intel processor running Mac OS X 10.5 or later with 150MB of available hard disk space; English, French and Russian language versions are now available, with others to follow soon.
The application costs $75.95, but the first 500 buyers will receive a 25 percent discount, bringing the price of entry to only $59.95, available immediately via electronic download. If you want to try before you buy, a 23MB, 15-day trial download is now available which places a watermark on converted Word files; the trial can be unlocked with a purchased license.