Since the creation of the PDF format by Adobe the need for a converter has been evident. Although Adobe's software has been an asset in storing files with their original format intact, attempting to convert the PDF into a document that can be edited has been a chore.
Adobe offers a method of converting a PDF to an Excel, Word or other format, but the process can be long and laborious. Plus, you have to spend at least $299 for the Adobe Acrobat software.
What is needed is PDF converter software that is fast and inexpensive. Fortunately, Cogniview has the answer in its PDF2XL converter program.
PDF2XL, which sells for less than $100, can turn a five-hour cut-and-paste project into a fast 10-minute job. All you do is open the PDF, select the table data to convert and PDF2XL displays a preview of the selected data. It can be left as is, or manipulated and exported to Excel, Word or the clipboard. The Adobe PDF converter works on one page, multiple pages, or just a portion of a page.
The software is easy to use and comes with a tutorial built into the application, so you never have to leave the Adobe PDF file to convert the data. In addition, with purchase of the PDF2XL converter you get unlimited e-mail support.
If you can create a table in Excel or Word, you have all the computer skills to become a master in using the PDF2XL Adobe PDF converter.