Free AnyBizSoft PDF to Word Converter 3.0.0 (free for everyone this time – no Microsoft Office required)!

Back in April dotTech ran a promotion giving away 30 licenses of AnyBizSoft PDF to Word Converter 3.0.0. Now, for those that did not win a license, AnyBizSoft is running a promotion – via Facebook – where everyone has the ability to get AnyBizSoft PDF to Word Converter 3.0.0 for free!

For those that would like to know more about AnyBizSoft PDF to Word Converter and desire more insight on the quality of of the software, I have reviewed AnyBizSoft PDF to Word Converter 2.5.3 – which is now freeware – on dotTech in the past; the major improvements made to 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).

To get AnyBizSoft PDF to Word Converter 3.0.0 for free, follow these simple directions:

Version being given out for free: 3.0.0

Free updates: Yes

Supported OS: Windows XP/Vista/Win7

Download size: 6.4 MB

Extra note: Free technical support is included

  • After you have clicked “Like” the page will reload and you will need to enter your first name, last name, and e-mail address to receive the free keycode for AnyBizSoft PDF to Word Converter 3.0.0:

NOTE: You do not have to “Agree to receive newsletters from AnyBizSoft Studio” to get the free keycode – you can uncheck that box and still get the keycode for free.

After you enter your information, hit “Get my Keycode” and if done successfully you will receive a confirmation message:

  • Check the inbox of the e-mail address you entered. You should have an e-mail from “AnyBizSoft (master@anybizsoft.com) ” with the subject of “AnyBizSoft PDF to Word Converter 3.0.0 Registration Mail”. In the e-mail you will find your registration information:

  • Download and install AnyBizSoft PDF to Word Converter 3.0.0.
  • Register AnyBizSoft PDF to Word Converter 3.0.0 with the registration information you received.
  • Enjoy!

If you have any trouble getting AnyBizSoft PDF to Word Converter 3.0.0 for free, post below and I will try to help.

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24 comments

  1. Bob Mason

    Welcome back!
    Like most everyone here, I rarely use Facebook (last time was in February), but I used it to get this software. Just tried it on a very complicated PDF file–only took a few seconds and did a great job!
    Thanks for providing insights, advice and great software. You’re the greatest!

  2. Josh

    @Patrick: I only did two conversions and I’m not that much into PDF conversions, but this is what I found so far: The PDFs were saved as doc files, not docx. The images were poorer than the originals, but the originals were poor to start with. I suspect that better quality originals would have resulted in better conversion. As with tables, you could maybe take bitmap snapshots of the originals with something like MWsnap and replace the images in the Word doc if needed. The conversions were quite fast and everything else, including frames and borders were fine and easily manipulated. Especially liked the fact that text in both documents could be edited “normally” and not line by line. It’s small and can be accessed from the context menu. I like it.

  3. Patrick

    Hi,

    @ Josh #15 & CT # 16:

    Since you both have tried this one out may I ask:
    1. was the conversion to .doc or to .docx format?
    2. Josh, dit your pdf contain any pictures and if so, how do you appreciate output quality? And…
    3. dit your pdf contain proper tables (preferably a bit complex), i.e. that were not imported .jpg or other picture format?

    General remark:
    Depending whether the pdf is a scanned document (that would be some picture format converted to pdf) or a document converted from some wordprocessor (like Word), it is in many cases possible to just copy and paste it into a Word document (sometimes everything at once, sometimes page per page). In the former case no editing is possible (exept of course that which you could do with a picture editor like Photoshop) , in the latter one text is editable (but, as layout is not copied correctly, the editing is quite a cumbersome, time consuming and numbing activity.
    This is my experience. But again, some pdf’s won’t allow any copying at all. So it’s a question of trying it out first.

    On pdf-converters in general:
    Also based on my personal experience, very few -if any at all!- will do a proper job converting both tables (text or spreadsheet formats) ànd pictures or illustrations (tables usually being the biggest problem). So, I usually combine techniques (e.g. manually entering tables in a spreadsheet – mostly because of more and easier editing options than in a wordprocessor and by simple habit – and inserting those into the converted Word-file afterwards).

    Finally:
    If I’m not mistaken – which I may well be – Open Office Writer does a very good job at converting pdf to Writer (which files are completely compatible with Word). But I may be wrong here since it’s been a while since I have used Open Office (and not their latest version as yet).

    So, for what it’s worth, I hope this may be helpful to someone.

    I’m also hesitant regarding Facebook and the likes of it -which has led some people to consider me a totally asocial and outdated, dino-like individual :). Perhaps someone can refer to some tips & tricks to avoid the negative aspects of using this stuff? Ashraf perhaps? as you seem to have experience in the field.

    Thanks & Greetz.
    Patrick.

  4. Josh

    Converted one big PDF file to Word with AnyBizSoft PDF to Word Converter. It was fast and did an excellent job. If you’re not worried about it automatically connecting to the Internet when installing and uninstalling it, I’m sure you’ll be very happy with it. There may be niggles here and there, but I’ve tried some of the alternatives and I think ABS is the best one, so far.

  5. Josh

    Signing up on Facebook without selling your soul is no more risky than signing up on many other sites, or just surfing, for that matter.
    What troubles me is that ABS PDFtoWord tries to connect to the Internet when you install it and, even after you tell it NOT to check for updates, it tries to connect again when you uninstall it. I feel very uncomfartable with programs that do this. The program works very well, but I’ll live without it until they have fixed this odd behaviour.
    I’ve noticed that almost every commercial or free program that you get these days have the option to check for updates enabled by default and you have to actually search for the place where you can turn it off. I have nothing against people trying to do business, but they can at least give us the option upfront or we’ll have dozens of programs connecting every time we go online. If the program is good, I’m sure people will naturally look for updates after a while.

  6. senile

    Very glad to have you back .Hope you’re rejuvenated and ready to help us old timers decide on what freebie is worth downloading! Being computer illiterate and on pension , need all the help can get . Can build them but programs and os’s forget it. Again —-YEA HE”S BACK!!!!!!