Reviews and Problems with Nuance PDF Converter Professional 8
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PDF Converter Professional
11 December 2010
Excerpt: Now information that was previously difficult to access and edit can be converted into any file format without the hassle of repetitive copy and pasting and reformatting that was once associated with PDF file conversion. Users can even convert static PDF files into fully functional fillable forms using the revolutionary new FormTyper feature.Users can also edit and create PDFs quickly and easily without the need for expensive standalone PDF authoring software.
Pros: The new document assembly features let users create diverse PDF documents using a drag and drop interface., Repetitive editing tasks can easily be automated using the new PDF Auto-pilot feature, which lets users compile several tasks into a single click of the mouse based on their preferences., Even scanned documents can become searchable with the click of the mouse, utilizing the world's most advanced optical character recognition technology., The software is the onl...
Cons: Due to the extensive feature list, the software is only recommended for serious business users. Therefore, learning to use every function within the software presents a bit of a learning curve.
PDF Converter Professional 8 : Nuance PDF Converter Professional 8
14 July 2012
Summary: A product’s installation routine not only sets up the software for your use but also provides you with your initial introduction to the particular title. Generally installation routines fall into the category of “joy-to-use” or bring the user face-to-face with various problems. Sad to say the installation for this next product under review was more inclined towards the latter type. The product in question is PDF Converter Professional 8 from Nuance.