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Giveaway of ONEKEY PDF Convert to Word for PC

Posted In PDF tools - By Techtiplib on Tuesday, February 7th, 2017 With No Comments »

Get a FREE license key of ONEKEY PDF Convert to Word for your PC in a limited time only! This tool allows you to convert PDF to fully editable Microsoft Word documents while preserving the original PDF formatting and layout.

It supports produce high quality word documents out of PDF files in batch mode, Conversion only takes seconds to complete!

Stop wasting time on online PDF to Word tools while you can do it easily and fast with ONEKEY PDF Convert to Word!

It does not require Adobe Acrobat, Acrobat Reader or any other third-party PDF reader or maker.

PDF Convert to Word


  • Reuse Pdf Easily – Easily convert your PDF files to MS Word Document, you need simply to click on Converter button. It works without Adobe Acrobat or Adobe Reader.
  • Original Layouts And Formats – All elements in PDF document are precisely replicated in the new document, including original text style, images, graphics, tables, hyperlinks, layout and formatting.
  • Batch Conversion – Automate the conversion of hundreds of PDF documents. No need to manually supervise the process either. Just set up your queue, specify your output format, click on Convert.
  • Supports Several Languages – Supports almost all of the major languages including English, Spanish, Portuguese, German, French, Italian, Polish, Russian, Chinese, Chinese Traditional, Korean, Japanese, Hindi, Arabic,Turkish etc.
  • Partial Conversion – Select a range of pages for flexible partial conversion option to save your precious time and fully meet your needs.
  • Encrypted Pdf Supported – Convert encrypted PDF files that are protected by owner (permission) password denying printing, editing, and copying to Word documents.

ONEKEY PDF Convert to Word works on Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8/8.1, and 10 (32-bit and 64-bit).


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