PDF to Word converter

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Matthewlee
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PDF to Word converter

#1 Post by Matthewlee » Tue Jun 30, 2009 10:50 pm

This free Application is used for converting PDF to Word document. It can convert the restricted PDF to word file while most of other PDF to Word converters cannot.

1. Convert PDF to Word doc, docx as easy as importing and converting
2. Convert copy and print resticted PDF file to Word document without a hassle
3. Convert multiple PDF files or convert via short cut menu
4. Flexible output options: convert all pages or selected pages

Download URL: http://download.allpdftools.com/pdf-to- ... ull418.exe

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alanbcohen
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#2 Post by alanbcohen » Wed Jul 01, 2009 5:51 am

This is not portable. It requires MS Office to be installed before it can be installed. There were no instructions on otherwise extracting this application in the OP

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MiDoJo
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#3 Post by MiDoJo » Wed Jul 01, 2009 2:29 pm

I'm with alan on this seems unfit for this site at the least and suspect at the most (see below)

plenty of freeware doc convertors out there


Comes in an installer (exe format) I couldn't uniextract it :-/ can some body sandbox it?
Finally
3. RESTRICTIONS ON USE
You may not permit others to (a) reverse engineer, decompile, decode, decrypt, disassemble, or in any way derive source code from the Software; (b) modify, distribute, or create derivative works of the Software; (c) copy (other than one back-up copy), distribute, publicly display, transmit, sell, rent, lease or otherwise exploit the Software.
Suspection reasons

a) Mcafee Site Advisor has not yet rated this site (thus it is relativly new site and not deemed safe

b) User has posted recently on multiple forums

Non-Suspection reasons

Softpedia gives it a good rating (ok for me this means nothing b/c I don't really like or trust softpedia all that much ;)

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