dotTech Exclusive: 30 free licenses of AnyBizSoft PDF to Word Converter 3.0.0!

Last week I announced how AnyBizSoft PDF to Word Converter v2.5.3 is now freeware. Now dotTech and AnyBizSoft Studio have teamed up to allow you a chance to win AnyBizSoft PDF to Word Converter 3.0.0 for free! The major improvements made in AnyBizSoft PDF to Word Converter 3.0.0 are:

  • Users no longer need to have Microsoft Word installed to use AnyBizSoft PDF to Word Converter 3.0.0
  • AnyBizSoft PDF to Word Converter 3.0.0 better/properly converts tables
  • AnyBizSoft PDF to Word Converter 3.0.0 better/properly preserves image and text hyperlinks

If you want to learn more about AnyBizSoft PDF to Word Converter, feel free to read my review on v2.5.3 (but keep in mind the new changes in v3.0.0 I just mentioned).

That all being said, 30 lucky dotTechies will have the chance to own a copy of AnyBizSoft PDF to Word Converter 3.0.0 for free! All winners will receive free updates. The developer also would like everyone to know that all winners will be able to take advantage of AnyBizSoft Studio’s online technical support for free. Here are the rules for this giveaway:

Version being given out for free: 3.0.0

Free updates: Yes

Supported OS: Windows XP/Vista/Win7

Download size: 6.4 MB

  • If you want a chance to win a license of AnyBizSoft PDF to Word Converter 3.0.0, you must post a comment below answering all of these questions:
  1. What kind of PDF files do you convert? (Reports, papers, ebooks, contracts, applications, etc.)
  2. What is the composition of your files? In other words, please tell us what generally is included in the files (i.e. images, tables, text, hyperlinks, etc.).
  3. How well does AnyBizSoft PDF to Word Converter convert the files? (I.e. which features do you like, do not like, what can be improved, etc.)

Anyone that does not answer all three of these questions will be disqualified.

  • 10 licenses are reserved for dotTech donors, authors, and artists. If you fall in this 10 license reserve category, please specifically state so in your comment (i.e. say “I am a donor” if you are a donor, etc.), otherwise I may not know. Also if you are a donor, please be sure to use the e-mail you donated with in your comment (do not post your e-mail in public, just use the e-mail in the “e-mail” form when posting a comment) so I can confirm.
  • The other 20 licenses can be won by anyone.
  • I reserve the right to award specific people licenses if I feel they have helped foster the dotTech community by being very active (the people who fall into this category is at my sole discretion).
  • You may only enter the drawing once and may only win one license. If you try to enter more than once, you will be disqualified.

When posting a comment, please make sure you enter an e-mail that is 100% valid and an e-mail you will check because the licenses will be distributed via e-mail by me. If you win and don’t have a valid e-mail or an e-mail you don’t check, your license will go to waste. However, please don’t post your e-mail in your comment! You should never post your e-mail on a public form. Just enter the e-mail you want to be contacted at in the “E-mail” field when writing your comment – I will be able to get your e-mail from there. Or if you are a registered dotTechie  just post a comment while you are logged in and I will be able to find your e-mail.

The winners of this giveaway will be announced after the giveaway has ended in 72 hours, or on Saturday April 24, 2010.

Good luck to everyone!

As a friendly reminder, keep in mind that dotTechies can take advantage of large discounts (up to 50%) on AnyBizSoft Studio products such as the 5-in-1 PDF Converter, PDF to Word Converter, PDF to PowerPoint Converter, etc. Please visit the special discounts page for more details.

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72 comments

  1. James Mackey

    +I tried the version 3 free trial (limited to 3 pages) and here’s my experience.
    1. I need to convert pdfs that have equations, diagrams, pictures and text
    I know the free gift is expired, but based on my experience, it doesn’t do what I need.  I tried 2 documents, one mostly text with a  few pictures. Anybizsoft converted did a great job.  the doc produced was easily editable.  Unfortunately document 2 was another story.  this one was mostly text and equations.  The result was a large number of text boxes for everything in the document which meant it was basically uneditable.  My take is that for simple documents this program works fine, but for complicated ones it is useless.  It works no better than PDF2Word.

  2. Lee

    Hi Ashraf. I have previously posted for this draw to answer the three questions that need to be answered to be eligible to win a license! I am just posting again to let you know that since my previous post for this draw I donated to Dottech.org – so now I am a donor- which may put me into a different category for this draw i.e. the category for the 10 licenses that are reserved for dotTech donors, authors, and artists! Thanks for organising this promo and I look forward to the results of it!

  3. Inas

    Hi Ashraf, hope all is well with you and your family.  I’m a donor and  I’d like to enter this fun contest……

    1.  I convert academic/research/medical papers.
    2.  Paper & Documents contain tables and text – sometimes images.
    3.  Best feature of AnyBizSoft is text/word conversion – features which
          need improvement are alignment and integrity of tables and
          images upon conversion.

    Thanks for this wonderful opportunity!

  4. Joy Kumar

    Ashraf, thanks for your good reviews.

    my answers are:
    1. reports and manuals.
    2. mainly text with some tables and images.
    3. AnyBizSoft PDF to Word Converter is very good software but I think it’s handling of table should be improved.

  5. James

    What kind of PDF files do you convert? (Reports, papers, ebooks, contracts, applications, etc.)  Ebooks (a lot), manuals, papers and brochures.
    What is the composition of your files? In other words, please tell us what generally is included in the files (i.e. images, tables, text, hyperlinks, etc.). Many images about 30 pages text or more and a few links.
    How well does AnyBizSoft PDF to Word Converter convert the files? (I.e. which features do you like, do not like, what can be improved, etc.) I really like it, it converts PDF to Word in about 30 seconds and I saved 2 hours of trying to copy to word.

  6. Carlos

    1. Reports, textes.
    2. Those pdf’s contain images and tables, as well as hyperlinks.
    3.  I found some slight conversion errors (for example:  some text of tables put a bit on top of  the cells borders;  not conversion of vertical text; omission of  lines of the type _ _ _ _ _ _ in forms, etc.)

  7. drtank

    What kind of PDF files do you convert? = papers, ebooks, applications
    What is the composition of your files? = images, tables and  text.
    How well does AnyBizSoft PDF to Word Converter convert the files?= no issues

    Thanks in advance !!!

  8. nomiroba

    1) Reports and papers, just some e-book.
    2) Text, images and few tables
    3) It’s a little bit slower of the (short) time I desire for the conversion :-), but i think it’s a common issue in this sw category.
     
    Nomiroba

  9. paf

    Hi Ashraf, thank you very much for this nice opportunity. Please count me in. Here you have my answers:
    1. I usually convert reports and  papers.
    2. Most of the files I use have images, tables, text, hyperlinks, graphs.
    3. I specially like the possibility of converting encrypted documents, as well as the fact that in general the results of the conversion are very good.

    Thanks in advance. Cheers, Ashraf.

  10. springname

    1/
    Mainly they are reports,  and ebooks
    2/
    It includes text,images and tables.
    3/
    I see the old version couldn’t work perfectly with tables, but this has been eliminated in version 3.0.0
    Thank you very much, please count me in

  11. salim

    What kind of PDF files do you convert? (Reports, papers, ebooks, contracts, applications, etc.)  Being in university I come across tons of lectures
    and presentations in PDF format that I need to take electronic notes over
    but am unable to.
    What is the composition of your files? In other words, please tell us what generally is included in the files (i.e. images, tables, text, hyperlinks, etc.). Images, texts, and blank forms
    How well does AnyBizSoft PDF to Word Converter convert the files? (I.e. which features do you like, do not like, what can be improved, etc.) I like it it works pretty well

  12. Dr Nitin

    Thanks in advance Ashraf
    1 I convert e books, journal pages, case reports etc
    2 My files include text images and lot of tables
    3 Good conversion. But the GUI can be improved and it registers an Active X on the system (my winpatrol scotty tells me this).
    One or me Please
    Dr Nitin

  13. Joseph

    Here are my answers Ashraf:
    1. reports, ebooks, manuals, papers
    2. images, text, tables, hyperlinks
    3. it runs slow when there are a lot of pages with a lot of images and tables.
    More power to this site!

  14. Ashok

    I am a donor. Ashraf, thanks for your good reviews and freebies.
    1. Reports, ebooks, flyers, brochures (mostly small size). 2. Text, images, tables, hyperlinks3. Conversion works fine and i was excited to see same look n feel of a brochure after conversion to word. I am running on win 7 64 bit ultimate and no issues so far.

  15. Grr

    Thanks Ashraf. My answers:

    1. What kind of PDF files do you convert? (Reports, papers, ebooks, contracts, applications, etc.)

    >> Reports, Manuals, Ebooks, Patent PDFs, Comics

    2. What is the composition of your files? In other words, please tell us what generally is included in the files (i.e. images, tables, text, hyperlinks, etc.).

    >>It includes text+images+tables+hyperlinks+index. And this is color & B/W; both.

    3. How well does AnyBizSoft PDF to Word Converter convert the files? (I.e. which features do you like, do not like, what can be improved, etc.)

    If the pdf is having high resolution images, or if the no.of images is more (around 25) – it gets stuck/no response. Have to end task.

    Thanks, Grr

  16. Mongoplus

    I have a lot of technical documents that need to be converted to PDF from DOCX.  I have been using AnyBizSoft PDF to Word Converter v1.50 which does not handle DOCX.

    Thank you for your service.  Keep up the great work.

  17. Danny

    Hello,
    I am a visually impaired person, thus I use the program to convert all PDF documents to Word.  As PDF files are not very accessible to blind people.  So this is an essential program for us.  I wish the program allows me to easiely remove all the pictures / graphics from the original PDF file and only save the text to the Word format.  Since the pictures do not mean anything to us.  I hope I can win a licent of the program.

  18. vhick

    1. What kind of PDF files do you convert? (Reports, papers, ebooks, contracts, applications, etc.)

    I usually convert reports in PDF format came from our company website for a review.

    2. What is the composition of your files? In other words, please tell us what generally is included in the files (i.e. images, tables, text, hyperlinks, etc.).

    The PDF file is consist of production reports, financial, and statistics in tables.

    3. How well does AnyBizSoft PDF to Word Converter convert the files? (I.e. which features do you like, do not like, what can be improved, etc.)

    I used the free version and I already satisfy by its speed and reliability. More improvement in speed in converting large files.

  19. JohnnieWalker

    I’m a forms manager. I design/review PDF business forms created with software including Adobe products as well as third party products such as PDF4NET, PDFWRITER, etc. for various clients.
     
    For revisions, I often need to provide editable forms to clients who do not have PDF editing software. A Word .doc is the most common format provided to these clients. So, I need a quick, reliable PDF to Word converter that doesn’t require me to do much clean up.
     
    The .doc doesn’t have to be perfect, just “content correct” (I’ll pretty it up before it gets into Production, anyway). So, some conversion errors are more important to me than others. Alignment is not important. Text structure is important. Font substitution may or may not be important depending on circumstances. I just want to create a working document for my clients for them to mark up. If they have to look back at the original PDF, I haven’t done my job.   
     
    So, how does AnyBizSoft PDF to Word Converter measure up? Very well. The .docs were quick and easy to produce and looked pretty much like the original PDF’s.
     
    Acceptable issues with .docs converted with AnyBizSoft PDF to Word Converter 2.5.3:
    -          Some boxes don’t line up very well with their headers and data. But nothing extreme.
    -          A few bulleted lists had some items that were no longer indented (some were traced back to flaws in the original PDF design software. (So, AnyBizSoft became my trouble-shooter, thanks.)
    -          Some shaded boxes, when converted, had shaded areas that were larger than the box itself.
    -          When pressing the arrow key to navigate through a .doc,  some tab fields just seemed to have disappeared.
    -          Selecting View-Document Map in MS Word did not present the mappings I expected. Some were missing and some were wildly out of sequence. But who’s at fault? After all, the new mappings in the .doc file can only be based on the PDF objects originally produced by the PDF design software. If those objects have defects or are sequenced out-of-order, the .doc will be the same.
     
    And one totally unacceptable issue:
    -          A 12-point OCR font was converted into a 12-point Tahoma font. This field is designed to be read by a scanner (optical character recognition). Changing it to a proportional font such as Tahoma causes several problems. And I can’t override it and tell the converter what substitution to use instead.

    All in all, I was very impressed. I will use AnyBizSoft as a tool. And the changes to version 3.0.0 suggest the company is moving forward very well with improvements.

  20. John

    Thanks for the opportunity to be entered in the draw for the PDF conversion software.
    1)  I convert a variety of documents and forms.
    2)  Tables, text and images.
    3)  I am satisfied with the free version you spoke about last week

  21. dralokmisra

    I mostly convert pdf books to word formats because often I need them in that particular format.
    My pdf files have tables, line diagrams, pictures and other graphics.
    AnyBizsoft pdf to word converter has till now done a wondeful job however I would appreciate if it could deal with pictures and their legends in a better manner.

  22. Kerry

    I use it to convert webpage help files so I can help my friends on and offline with their pc problems without being on the internet as I only have dialup and it runs to slow.
    My files have pics, test and hyperlinks which are a great help for further help on a subject.
    Having the links work correctly would  be a big help along with proper coverting and placement of pics and examples.

  23. MerleOne

    Mainly reports, some contracts to turn them into templates for new contracts
    Text, images, tables, graphs, and a few URL here and there
    I appreciate the URL conversion, the easy & straighforward GUI

    Thanks for counting me in !

  24. Matzen

    1- I convert different kind of documents (legal docs, web pages converted to pdf, manuals, etc.)
    2-  It varies greatly.  Mostly text and images.
    3- This program works very well!
    Thank you Ashraf and AnBizSoft !

  25. achrons

    What kind of PDF files do you convert? (Reports, papers, ebooks, contracts, applications, etc.)

    - most of the time, reports for my studies.

    What is the composition of your files? In other words, please tell us what generally is included in the files (i.e. images, tables, text, hyperlinks, etc.).

    -the composition is most of the time, texts with some tables or images.

    How well does AnyBizSoft PDF to Word Converter convert the files? (I.e. which features do you like, do not like, what can be improved, etc.)

    - i especially like the speed and the simplicity for converting files, but also the good conversion quality.

  26. BOB

    Need a reliable pdf to doc converter.
    1) mostly convert business contracts and other business related documents
    2) composition is mostly text, images and tables
    3) the most important features are reliablity and accuracy of conversion.

  27. corno

    Perhaps I was just unlucky, but so far my experience with AnyBizz has been disappointing. The installation went  wrong and I ended with an aborted, but not properly uninstalled version. Maybe it was incompatible with the Office 2010 version I use, I just don’t know. Anyhow, it was rather unfortunate, because I would actually have good use for it. Next time I will install it on another machine. I need  search facilities to look for strings contained in PDF-files and good result I only get by first converting the files to Word, which also allows me to so a cut and paste. I also use it to convert articles published in PDF. A license, therefore, would be very welcome.

  28. Mohamed

    Firstly thanks Ashraf for giving us the opportunity to win a license of this improved version of PDF to word. Here are my answers and I hope that I will be one of the winners as I do lots of pdf conversions.

    1. I usually convert reports, papers and forms. Sometimes I do convert pdf to excel files.

    2. The documents I convert would have all sort of things Formatted text, tables, graphs, graphics, links and images.

    3. In general,  AnyBizSoft PDF to Word Converter is quite OK with simple documents with images. But, I noticed that if the document layout is complex then it wouldn’t do a great job. Tables and graphs are poorly detected or converted.  I guess all of that can be improved with time. All the above is based on version 2.5.x.

    Thanks again

  29. Dan Laemont

    1. I convert contracts and  downloads for my SCORE clients
    2. Mainly text with some graphics
    3. My current version sometimes converts a pdf as an image in Word and of course does not allow editing.
    Thanks for all you do, Ashraf!

  30. DiMa

    I wish to win one of free 3.0.0 to get more useful functions
    I usually convert reports
    Text, graphics, tables, data listings.  sometimes a document may contain links or bookmarks.
    It works reasonably well,The conversion is fairly quick
     
    Thanks for this offer

  31. Adrian

    What kind of PDF files do you convert? (Reports, papers, ebooks, contracts, applications, etc.)

    I usually convert reports and circulars, etc.

    What is the composition of your files? In other words, please tell us what generally is included in the files (i.e. images, tables, text, hyperlinks, etc.).

    Mostly they contain some text, tables and maybe images. Sometimes there are hyperlinks, but these are rare.

    How well does AnyBizSoft PDF to Word Converter convert the files? (I.e. which features do you like, do not like, what can be improved, etc.)

    The conversion is fairly quick. However, 10% of the time AnyBizSoft just flatly refuses to convert my file; it stops at around 12% and the software freezes. I hope version 3 fixes this problem.

    I am an author, and I would like a license.

  32. .mau.

    1. I use PDF to Word Converter to convert documents I want to modify, mainly papers
    2. Sometimes there is some table, but they are mostly text and images.
    3.  Usually it works fine even with forms, sometimes there is some minor problem in formatting.

  33. Karl

    Thanks again for another great giveaway offer; PDF to Word conversion is a pretty handy tool to have.
    1) Several times over the last year I’ve received either a PDF application or a supposedly PDF fill-able form on-line which didn’t work.  I prefer to type over filling out a form by hand so this would  be great!
    2) Usually there are some images (logos) but nothing really important.  Mostly text and a few hyperlinks.  No tables in my case.
    3) It works reasonably well; not perfect  but I don’t recall what the minor issues were.  I have it / used it on my XP box but I have avoided MS Office on my win 7 system so I can’t run it natively .. until version 3 that is!

    I am a donor,
    Karl

  34. harrrrrrr

    Hi Ashraf…
    I enjoy these free license offerings…
    1) I convert many different pdf documents, including: contracts, protocols, reports, manuals, letters.  Many of which include imbedded graphics, tables and data.
    2) Text, graphics, tables, data listings.  Occassionally a document may contain links or bookmarks.
    3) I haven’t used the program but would like to give it a try.

    Thanks for all you do and to the vendors making free licenses available.

  35. Robin

    What kind of PDF files do you convert? Ebooks and research documents, primarily for note-taking purposes or when including cited content in reports.

    What is the composition of your files? Text primarily, but some tables, and occasionally images.

    How well does AnyBizSoft PDF to Word Converter convert the files? Very well, with the occasional exception of a table or image.

  36. Ayase Ichi

    I’d got my free AnyBizSoft PDF to Word Converter 2.5.3.
    I’m surprised, it supported Japanese.
    Not many PDF converter support Japanese, almost of PDF converter
    softwares only support English.
    I wish to win one of free 3.0.0 to find more useful functions.
    Thank you. 

  37. AKBAR SHAIKH

    I rarely convert any PDF files, except those I want to share some important comments/suggestions/hints out of the main document.  If the pdf files allows copying of the text, then I do not convert.

    Composition of my file is normally text or hyperlinks.  It is not easy to convet the tables as the formatting is usually lost unless you copy it as an image.

    I do not remember having used this software, but if it allows me to convert the tables in PDF file to either Word table or Excel table, then it would be very useful.

  38. popfly

    1. Mostly publications about IT downloaded from the Web
    2. Text, tables, some images, an a few hyperlinks (they don’t matter)
    3. The conversion is mostly OK. I especially like the independece from Word

  39. bogdanic

    Most of the time I convert reports and different studies that contain text, large tables with data and charts.
    My interest is to re-chart data and make different comparison between different data sources.
    I’m not verry happy about the way AnyBizSoft PDF to Word Converter converts tables because I have to work a lot on them after conversion. A better way to convert tables will be a wonderfull improvement for me.
    off topic: Thnx for all good reviews an opinions. I’m always considering your opinion on installing software.

  40. chnkk

    The documents are mostly catalogues, copies of invoices, delivery challans etc.
    They contain mostly tables and images other than text.
    I have tried free softwares but most of them failed at converting tables. I have not yet used this software as such.

    But the very improvement of proper conversion of tables along with Win7 support attracted me much.

  41. perico

    1. Educational papers and info related to my hobbies.
    2. They contain text with hyperlinks and images.
    3. I like it because it is simple to use. I have to try it further to check it on textes including charts/graphs thought.

  42. Lee

     

    What kind of PDF files do you convert? (Reports, papers, ebooks, contracts, applications, etc.). Answer: I convert legal contracts.
    What is the composition of your files? In other words, please tell us what generally is included in the files (i.e. images, tables, text, hyperlinks, etc.). Answer: Tables and text mainly – sometimes images.
    How well does AnyBizSoft PDF to Word Converter convert the files? (I.e. which features do you like, do not like, what can be improved, etc.) – Answer: it is the best that I have used to date and the conversion rate is good. I would prefer it if it kept columns in pdf in the right format when converted. It does not use text frames (which a competing but inferior product – pdf zilla does). So I like that aspect of it. I would like to see an option for .DOC as opposed to DOC.X when using Word 2007.

     

  43. kingpin

    Hello Ashraf,
    Thanks for the opportunity for providing us AnyBizSoft PDF to Word Converter converter 3.0.0.

    My answers to questions are simple and discreet I would say,

    1.E-books and primarily Project papers i.e. ieee format ones.

    2.Images mainly,text and hyperlinks also.

    3.The ability to copy almost the entire PDF file to Word format is quite impressive.The feature of extracting images as the way they are presented in PDF to Word format can be better.

    That’s all.

    Hope I can win one license too.

  44. Ira

    What kind of PDF files do you convert? (Reports, papers, ebooks, contracts, applications, etc.)

    Downloaded files.

    What is the composition of your files? In other words, please tell us what generally is included in the files (i.e. images, tables, text, hyperlinks, etc.).

    Illustrations and text.

    How well does AnyBizSoft PDF to Word Converter convert the files? (I.e. which features do you like, do not like, what can be improved, etc.)

    For the price it is good.

  45. Friend

     
    AOA Ashraf,
    Thanks for AnyBizSoft PDF to Word Converter 3.0.0 giveaway. Here are my answers:
    1.  I am a student of M.Sc. (Hons.). I have to convert reports, thesis, and research papers from pdf to doc to study them better and use desired information.
    2. The pdf usually contains text, data tables, and images (i.e., correlation and regression).
    3. AnyBizSoft PDF to Word Converter does its job very well. Version 2.5.3 does not support Windows 7 x64.

    I hope I will win a license out of 20. This software will be very helpful for my study. Thanks in advance.

  46. Ron

    OK, I’m down for this one. As I posted before, I’ve been using the free version since an early February promotion. It works very well, but the 3.0 version will take care of some minor irks.
    I write articles and research papers in the fields of paleobotany and geology. Typically, I insert photographs and tables to illustrate locations, cladistics, etc. Hyperlinks are not a common feature, but citations are. I used to create the PDF documents for these reports in Acrobat, but I now use another PDF composer/editor.
    In the short time I’ve used the AnyBizSoft free product, I’ve found it useful for quick conversions. It’s light enough to work easily on my laptop and netbook, and I’ve installed it on two of my other machines to good effect.
    I’ve already recommended the freeware to friends; the 3.0 version is an appealing opportunity.

  47. Bud Gallagher

    Reports and reviews of software
    Mostly text with some tables. once in a while an  image
    I have no experience with AnyBizSoft PDF to Word Converter but do with AnyBizSoft PDF to Powerpoint which works very well and although not used often it has never failed me.

  48. Josh

    1. Technical papers, research papers. (To delete blank pages, trim unnecessary data before printing).
    2. Text, images, tables, hyperlinks.
    3. Would like option for .DOC (instead of .DOCX) when using Word 2007 (and 2010). Impressed with speed, user friendliness and how it converts PDF text to “normal” Word documents, instead of little text “frames” that must be edited one by one. Also impressed with ability to edit text inside converted images. Overall this is an excellent, very good value for money program. For everyday use, finding fault is like splitting hairs.

  49. chinaguy

    1.I will probably use it to convert contracts, maybe some papers or any other miscellaneous pdf files I need to convert.
    2.Most likely the files I will convert will be largely text with an occassional table and image or two.
    3. I have never used the software before so I cannot give an answer on how well it converts the files.
     

  50. Al LIPSKY

    1- I use PD Converter to open information sent by my manufacturers
    2- The composition is Imiges, text and excell sheets
    3- This converter program works very good for my pourpeses I dont think any improvement is needed

  51. Praful Thakkar

    Mostly, I convert the real estate related documents and forms/contracts.About more than 50% of documents have images whereas contracts end up being text oriented.I have used online service to convert these documents in past, did purchase the AnyBizSoft PDF to WORD convertor few months ago – and barring some exceptions (mostly image loaded files), the conversion quality is great. Some fill-in PDF documents conversion had issues where I ended up cut-n-paste text part. Overall, happy and looking forward to 3.0.0

  52. Helen Crow

    I convert knitting, crochet and quilting patterns for a local chapter of Project Linus.  We are volunteers who provide new, hand-made blankets for kids in need – primarily to hospitalized kids.  I rework difficult patterns to make them less difficult and more efficient.
    Our files include lots of images and text.
    Having done this for LOTS of years going back to cutting and pasting with scissors  and glue and having to hand-write or re-type the written instructions, even when lots of tidying up is required after conversion, I’m still WAY ahead.

  53. Larry Spielvogel, PE

    I convert ebooks, magazine articles, technical papers, and contracts.
     
    The pdf files include text and extensive tables.
     
    I am mostly satisfied with the AnyBizSoft conversions.