Document2PDF Pilot 1.41

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Document2PDF Pilot 1.41
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Version: 1.41
Size: 2.53 MB
Publisher: Two Pilots
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License [?]: Demoware (USD$95.00 to buy)
Operating System: Windows XP, Windows NT, Windows ME, Windows 98, Windows 95, Windows 2000
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Publisher's Description of Document2PDF Pilot

" Convert Word, Excel, html, chm, rtf, txt, mcw, xlw, wri, wps, wpt, wpd into PDF. "
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Document2PDF Pilot converts MS Word, Excel, HTML, RTF, txt, mcw, xlw, wri, wps, wpt, wpd into PDF files. The program supports batch conversion, command line, PDF security options, password protection mode (using 40-bit and 128-bit encryption keys), fonts embedding, and different compression modes. Using batch mode, you can convert several documents simultaneously. The program has Explorer-like interface. If you want to convert only a certain file type to PDF (chm, html, ...), you can use a low cost converter. For more information please visit our site.

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