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SmartSoft releases new version of Smart PDF Converter Pro

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SmartSoft has announced the new version 6.2 of Smart PDF Converter Pro, its PDF conversion software. The new Smart PDF Converter Pro 6.2 is a major upgrade that features number of enhancements including support for PDF signatures, hyperlinks, attachments and conversion to PowerPoint.

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Zevrix updates BatchOutput for PPT

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Zevrix has announced the release of a major upgrade to BatchOutput PPT, its automation solution for Microsoft PowerPoint on Mac OS X. The new BatchOutput PPT 2.0 is an advanced print-automation solution which now includes support for Microsoft PowerPoint 2011, support for batch printing and eliminates the need for post-processing.

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Zevrix updates BatchOutput products for XLS and DOC

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Zevrix Solutions has announced updates for two automation solutions for Mac OS X users. BatchOutput DOC 2.1 and BatchOutput XLS 2.0 are designed to automate printing and PDF output from Microsoft Word and Microsoft Excel, respectively.

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Zevrix releases a new version of BatchOutput DOC for creating PDFs

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Zevrix Solutions, a provider of automatic and productivity solutions, announced the release of BatchOutput DOC 2.1, its automation solution for printing Microsoft documents on Mac OS X. The new version of BatchOutput DOC introduces compatiblity with Microsoft Word 2011 and also addresses known performance and stability issues.

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PDF-to-Word Conversion: Why it’s so hard to do

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When a file is converted to PDF, it loses its meaning. On the surface all the information is there, and to your eyes it looks exactly the same, but underneath that, all the method, structure and intelligence used when designing the original document has been lost.† This forms the heart of the challenge faced when attempting to convert PDF files back to formats like DOC (Microsoft Word), RTF and HTML, and is not dissimilar to those faced when OCRing paper-based documents.

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Accessing the Acrobat Doc Object in LiveCycle Designer

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So you’ve decided to move your Acrobat forms over to an Adobe LiveCycle Designer workflow. What happens to all of the JavaScript code you have written in the past to enhance your PDFs? Here’s a tip from Chris Dahl that takes the pain out of this transition.

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