The All-New, More Powerful PDFConverter Elite is here!

PDF converter elite 3Today, PDFConverter.com is pleased to introduce the all-new, redesigned and much improved PDF Converter Elite 3, with a slew of new features and enhancements.

In line with our mission to offer powerful and simple-to-use PDF management solution for all your business  and personal needs, we have completely rebuilt and extended PDFConverter Elite’s capabilities. Here is a quick glimpse into the brand new PCE 3:

Newly designed, more user-friendly interface

PCE 3 boasts a dynamic sidebar which gives its users immediate access to all available conversion options.  Create, convert or modify your PDFs with one click. PCE 3 has a totally new look and feel – it saves you time and makes interaction with the software more intuitive.

Better, faster and more accurate conversions

The quality of the conversion output is much improved thanks to a rebuilt conversion algorithm.

Batch Conversion

Convert multiple PDFs to Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher, HTML, image, rich or plain text format files easily with the newly introduced batch conversion option. It’s quick, accurate and saves you a lot of time.

New PDF to Publisher Conversion

PDF to Publisher was one of the most asked for conversion options, and PCE 3 now provides it! Moreover, we provided no less than three conversion modes, empowering our users with versatility in creating highly editable .pub or .pubx files from their PDFs.

And much more…

PCE 3 is packed with new features that truly make it the only PDF solution you will ever need. To learn more about the new features, check them out in detail: major improvements in PDF Converter Elite 3.

PCE 3 comes with a free 15-day trial. To download and try it at once, click the link below now:

https://www.pdfconverter.com/downloads/

Convert PDF to Docx Free

The Microsoft Office 2007 and 2010 suites are widely accepted as industry standards and used all over the world, especially by business and professional document creators. MS Word 2007 and 2010 have both become the standard for text processing applications. The default file format for Word 2007 and 2010 is docx. So, whenever you want to create or edit a native, full-featured Word 2010 document, you need to deal with a docx file.

It is also a well-known fact that when we want to send or save business or personal documents, we usually convert them to the PDF format, because of the obvious benefits of PDF.

But many times we need to modify saved or received PDF files. To do that, we need to convert it into an editable Word format, preferably docx. The best way to convert PDF files to the docx format is by using a professional PDF Converter, like Adobe Acrobat or PDFConverter Elite. Most business users who create and convert PDF documents on a regular basis usually opt for a powerful and fast PDF Converter software. However, they are pricey and if you are just a student or need conversion service once in a blue moon, you may prefer a free PDF converter. Provided that you have some extra time and MS Office 2007 or 2010 installed, here is how you can convert your PDFs to docx format completely free of charge with a little help from Google Docs: Continue reading >>

8 Spreadsheet Apps for Android

With the swift rise in mobile technologies and the constant advancements being made, getting work done on the road has never been easier. As smart phones continue to increase in power and popularity, people are now able to do things on their phones that they until very recently needed personal and notebook computers to do.

If you use spreadsheets a lot in your work and need to work with them on the go, there are some great apps available for smart phones, including Android operating system-based phones.

If you are an Android user and someone who needs spreadsheets on a daily basis to boot, here are some great apps to check out. Some are completely free and others are low-priced.

 

1) Documents to Go  

 

Documents to go android

 

An application that puts the power of the Microsoft Office Suite in the palm of your hands, including Microsoft’s Excel program, which is still the industry standard for spreadsheet creation. Continue reading >>