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Get Free Licenses of PDF To Excel Converter 39.95$ (giveaway)

Posted In PDF tools - By Techtiplib on Sunday, February 12th, 2012 With No Comments »

PDFExcelConverter.com today launches the time-limited giveaway of their main product – PDF To Excel Converter. The original price of PDF To Excel Converter is $39.95 USD each license, but all users are able to get the licenses of PDF To Excel Converter before 2012 March 1st for free. 

Office workers often have to move data from a PDF document to Excel to make it editable. Copying and pasting figures from a large document is a time-consuming and complex process that many users wish they could avoid. PDF To Excel Converter is an easy to use and application that lets users convert PDF documents to Excel (XLS) on Windows platforms. The utility incorporates a powerful engine which produces the most accurate XLS documents 160% faster than any other PDF To Excel conversion software. 

Licenses of PDF To Excel Converter

The usage of PDF To Excel Converter is very simple. Drag and drop your PDF files onto the converter’s file list, and then click on the “Start Converting Now” button. The conversion task will get started immediately. 

Key Features of PDF To Excel Converter:

  • Convert PDF to Excel XLS format, you can edit PDF forms in MS Excel.
  • Convert PDF to Excel without Microsoft Excel installed.
  • PDF To Excel Converter will not only convert forms, but also keep all PDF text into Excel result file.
  • Easy to convert PDF to Excel, in only 3 Clicks.
  • PDF To Excel Converter conversion engine is 160% faster than other PDF converters.
  • Convert hundreds of PDF documents to Excel XLS files with batch mode.

This giveaway is 100% full functional and free. The giveaway is available at: http://www.pdfexcelconverter.com/giveaway.html

Note: You use the code for active: QBLX63E875PLS81

and NOTE: This giveaway has been closed on March 1st, 2012. 

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