Tag: excel

Recosoft ships PDF conversion iOS apps

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Osaka, Japan-based Recosoft announced that it has shipped a range of PDF conversion apps for use on iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. PDF to Excel, PDF to PowerPoint and PDF to Word allow iPad users to convert PDF files into Office-compatible spreadsheets, slide-shows and documents, respectively.

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Freightgate has released a new PDF to Excel Converter

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Freightgate has released a new PDF to Excel converter for businesses involved in shipping, logistics and transportation

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Wondershare releases PDF Converter Pro for Mac

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Wondershare Studio has announced the release of PDF Converter Pro for Mac v1.0, its innovative tool for converting PDF documents to other commonly-used formats including Word, Spreadsheet and others. The software also features OCR technology for converting scanned PDFs to text-based documents.

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Aspose.Cells for .NET 5.3.0 released

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Aspose has announced the latest in a series of updates to its range of .NET components. The most recent update is to Aspose.Cells, a .NET component for spreadsheet reporting that supports formula calculation, pivot tables, VBA, workbook encryption, named ranges, spreadsheet formatting, drawing objects and OLE objects.

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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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This week in PDF: PDF/A conversion software adds support for MS Office

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This week in PDF has seen a PDF/A conversion tool add support for Microsoft Office documents. Meanwhile, a major update was made to a PDF indexing tool.

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Recosoft releases PDF2Office 5.0

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Japan-based Recosoft Corporation has announced the release of PDF2Office Personal 5.0 with new features targeted at making Microsoft Excel conversion easier on users.

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Editorial: Microsoft comes to the PDF party

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For a long time, it has appeared as though Microsoft wasn’t a big fan of PDF. In recent times, the Redmond giant has released various technologies that have been tagged as ‘PDF killers.’ That may now be set to change, as the next version of Office is to have native PDF support. Dan Shea explores this topic in his latest editorial.

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Reusing Table Information

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Although tables are not generally considered to be exciting, they are a necessary part of business. Until now, it’s been difficult to deal with tables in PDFs, but Acrobat’s new Select Table tool is a real timesaver. Author Donna Baker explains how to take advantage of this feature.

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