Software to Convert PDF to MS Word Format

by Yang Yang on June 24, 2012

PDFZillaOne of my friends has created a very useful piece of software to do PDF to Word conversions. I find his product a breeze to use so I’m recommending it to my fellow readers. Hopefully it would be of some use to you guys.

Differences between PDF and Word

PDF (.pdf) and MS Word (.docx, .doc) are probably two of the most popular digital file formats for readable documents that are intended for humans. The major difference between the two is that MS Word can be easily edited while PDF is a finalized container of postscript data that are essentially non-editable vector information. Although you can read text in a PDF document, they are actually vector graphics rather than plain text such as those in a MS Word document.

This difference explains why people would want to convert a PDF document to a Word one as they can then make changes to the content and make further use of it. A lot of online tools and desktop applications exist for this purpose, such as PDFZilla, which provides easy procedures to imitate an OCR process to scan and analyze the supplied PDF document and convert it into high quality editable Word, in just 3 clicks. A batch mode is also available for people who want to convert a large number of PDF documents.

How to convert PDF to Word?

This is as simple as 3 clicks. Here are the steps:

  1. Head to http://www.pdfzilla.com and download the latest version of the PDF to Word software.
  2. Run PDFZilla.
  3. Add a PDF file by clicking the big green plus / add button.
  4. Choose the destination format as Word Files (*.doc).
  5. Click “Start Converting Now” button.

Okay, that’s like 8 clicks, but you got have some clicks…😉

Selling PDFZilla for 75% Commission

Lots of my readers are webmasters, so I’m also thinking this might be a good chance to earn some bucks by promoting this software as it’s rather generous of my friend’s offer – 75% affiliate commission. It’s very rare to come by a product of such usability yet of such high commission rate. Definitely much better than those ClickBank hit and run. Think about it.

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