Earlier, we have covered few promotions related to PDF converters including PDF to word converters. These promotions were mostly for Windows users. We did reviewed one for Mac owners but sadly it wasn’t free. Mac users who need to convert a PDF file to an easily editable file format can try out Simpo PDF to Word Converter for Mac from Simpo Technologies. This application can easily convert PDF to an editable Word file while preserving exactly the format, table, layout, graphics, hyperlinks, etc from PDF.

It is an easy to use software. All you need to do is run the converter, import the PDF file(s) you like to convert and click on theConvert button. The conversion process is completed in seconds. If you have a lot of PDF files that need to be converted to Word formats, this application also has batch conversion. You can even convert the PDF file to Text format if you like. For PDF files with multiple pages, the speed with which it converts the files is commendable.

I love the ribbon interface of Office 2007 but one of the most frequent reaction that I’ve heard towards this ribbon interface is “Where is the menu bar gone?” or “Why they had to change the user interface altogether?” and so on. I’ve also seen some revert back to Office 2003 due to this change in interface. If this describes you then you might find UBitMenu very useful. UBitMenu provides the user interface of the old Office 2003 interface even when you are using Office 2007. UBitMenu does not hide the ribbon interface, but adds the classic menu as a new ribbon. Gradually you will realize that many functions are easier to handle using Office ribbons and you will slowly shift towards using the ribbon interface.