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Installed and registered without problems on a Win 8.1.3 Pro 64 bit system.
We had the same version on July 14, 2014. Here are the old reviews:
My old reviews are still valid, even if the built is from July 16, 2014.
This is the problem:
These “converters” are insufficient. They can only do some conversion on a very simple PDF structure. All more complex PDF result in:
I am polite, so I do not write, what I think, but I have to admit, that I admire the price tag and the claim: High Quality – Convert PDF To Word with ALL text and Graphical Data.
Uninstalled via reboot.
I tested this proram with several .pdf files; only plain text can be converted, even then with problems. text with figures is not converted properly.Comment by Hans — January 16th, 2015 at 3:48 am Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+9)
A better giveaway is an old version of ABBYY Pro version 5. It is given away regularly, recently by BitsduJour. ABBYY supports many languages and has quite good OCR. You will have to transform your pdf first to e.g. png. It can make perfect XLS-sheets of banking statements. In the Netherlands, banks will only provide pdfs if you ask for statements several years old.
Even when registered, PDFZilla still has a menu entry “Register”. But if you select that, you will be informed you have a registered copy.Comment by krypteller — January 16th, 2015 at 4:26 am Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)
Karl, again you said exactly what I wanted to say. I’ve tried to convert a simple calendar created in excel, saved as pdf, back to excel. The output is worse than adobe’s built in converter. I hope Giovanni is around today.Comment by Paul — January 16th, 2015 at 4:56 am Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-1)
Can the program convert any languages other then English ?Comment by EEDIE — January 16th, 2015 at 3:40 am Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-6) Reply
I have an old GOTD Version of Pdfzilla from 2012 .
-It doesn’t include OCR so it can not handle a scanned PDF copy.
- Even the output ‘Word’ from a simple text based Pdf is also poor.
Only PDF to any image format or Html format has the better quality.
Compared to ‘Wondershare PDF converter’ It will be nowhere near. But I have to say even with the OCR technology The Wondershare’s output word file also has some flaws.
I have only found the clean editable pdf after applying OCR to any Scanned Pdf using PDF-XChange Viewer .Comment by Jahid — January 16th, 2015 at 4:15 am Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+6) Reply
Thanks to PDFZilla + GOTD.
I Like it.
In this new version PDF Zilla has changed something.
In this version, when you output conversion of PDF document to MsWord, sometimes the EOL at the end of EACH line are not easily removed.
You copy the whole (PDF converted to MsWord) output. Paste into any editor.
EditpadLite will do.
Then copy whole plain text editor document and paste into a NEW MsWord document.
Then click on main menu Format, click Autoformat, click OK.
After reading Karl’s comment not going to bother even testing it, previous experience of this companies PDF converter makes it look like they haven’t improved this atrocious piece of software.
A Free and decent converter is available at the following link:-
One of the major problems, of most converters is their inability to keep the formatting anything like the original, yet presenting them on screen does not seem to be a problem nor does converting them to image.
The latter made me wonder if converting a PDF to image and then doing an OCR on it would be better
because of the amazing standards of OCR that Abbyy Finereader present.
This has been by far the most successful method of conversion I have found in preserving the format, links are lost if they exist but they are easily restored by editing.
Abbyy Finereader is now and again available for free if you search the Internet, or failing that old versions can now and again be found quite cheaply. Modern versions directly import PDF and convert them with the added advantage of about 100+ languages being supported.
Converting to image is not difficult if you use the free tools program available at the following link:-
If you are tired of not being able to edit the contents of a PDF file when you really need it, go for PDFZilla! This ultimate PDF Converter is compatible with virtually any kind of PDF file, no matter what version of Adobe Acrobat is used to create them.
Best Alternative: Total PDF Converter from CoolUtilsComment by james — January 16th, 2015 at 5:07 am Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-2) Reply
PDF Editor Mac
PDF Editor Mac is a free application on Mac OS X that allows users to add text, insert images, put watermarks to label their copyright, changing font size and color, and perform other changes of a PDFdocument.
PDF OCR is based on OCR technology to convert scanned PDF paper books and documents into editable electronic text files fast and easily.