A quick heads-up for our readers. A time-limited giveaway of PDFTiger, a premium PDF creator and converter software is up and running now until 21 October, 2010. This promotional offer lets you grab a free genuine license key of PDFTiger, normally worth $40. So, hurry up and grab it before time runs out (Giveaway details are given at the end of this article).

PDFTiger is a Word To PDF Converter and PDF To Word Doc Tool. It lets you accurately create PDF documents from Word, Excel, Powerpoint, text or images. PDFTiger can also convert PDF files into editable Microsoft Word Documents, Rich Text Documents, Plain Text Files, Images, HTML Files, and Shockwave Flash SWF Files.

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PDFTiger Can Convert:

Word to PDF PDF to Word Doc PDF to JPG
Excel to PDF PDF to RTF PDF to BMP
PowerPoint to PDF PDF to TXT PDF to GIF
TXT to PDF PDF to HTML PDF to TIFF
Images to PDF PDF to SWF PDF to PNG

PDFTiger was able to convert a PDF file into Word document in just three mouse clicks. It preserved the original quality of the PDF files and accurately converted both text and images present in the PDF. It also doubles up as a PDF creator. It accurately creates PDF outputs of Word, Excel, Powerpoint, text, images, etc (see table above).

Features:

  • All To PDF Creator — Convert Word, Excel, TXT, PowerPoint and All Printable Files into PDF Documents.
  • PDF To All Converter — Convert PDF Documents into Word, TXT, JPG, HTML and Flash Files.
  • Image To PDF Maker — Convert Scanned Images(BMP, JPG, TIFF, GIF etc) into PDF Document.
  • Batch Mode — Batch Convert More Than 10,000,000 Files at One Time.

PDFTiger Free License Limited-Time Giveaway

Simply visit the PDFTiger giveaway page and click on the Download button to download a copy of PDFTiger. After downloading, use the registration code R8Z8682LMDUAKHW to register the software. You can also download PDFTiger from the download link here.

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SK Mezanul Haque is the founder of MyTechGuide.org (popularly known as My Technology Guide). Passionate about all things in tech. Let's meet: Google Plus.

2 Comments

  1. Gordon Gates Reply

    After a quick and easy installation on Windows 7, I tried to convert a complex PDF document to Word. None of the formatting was preserved. There were no conversion options. If I had paid for this, I would want my money back.

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