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AnyBizSoft PDF Converter Giveaway

AnyBizSoft PDF Converter is a commercial PDF conversion utility that can be used to convert PDF files to 6 different formats - Word, Excel, PowerPoint, EPUB, Text and HTML. The most notable feature of this program is that it is capable of retaining the original layout and formatting of the PDF including graphics, tables and even hyperlinks in the converted document with a fair degree of accuracy.

When you load a PDF file into the program for conversion you can choose the pages of the PDF you wish to convert. To convert the entire document you select “All” or specify the page numbers or page range the same way you do when printing documents.


AnyBizSoft PDF Converter can process multiple PDF files at once, as many as 200. After conversion, you can view the converted files directly via the links in the conversion pane or click Open button below the pane to check the file in the destination folder.

PDF Converter also can convert encrypted PDF files which are protected from printing, editing, and copying. For the password-protected PDF files, you need to type the password in the pop-up dialog box, and then the PDF Converter does the conversion work for you.

AnyBizSoft PDF Converter works on 32-bit Windows 7/2003/XP/Vista and supports PDF files in multiple languages.


AnyBizSoft PDF Converter is priced at $59.95, but it can be for you at no cost. Wondershare Software Co. is sponsoring 5 licenses for this giveaway for Instant Fundas readers. Those who are interested in entering the sweepstake may leave their name and email ID in the form below. Winners will be selected by a random draw. The contest closes on May 5, 2011.


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