PdfGrabber opens up a range of new possibilities for processing PDF files. Rather than having to accept the restrictions associated with this format, PdfGrabber enables simple conversion into a range of other file types. Simply edit PDF content in Microsoft Word®, Apple Pages®, Excel®, Numbers®, Powerpoint® and Keynote®. Export technical drawings to your CAD program, save complete documents for archiving as TIFF or extract all the images contained, for example, as JPEG files.
Would you like to integrate PDF files into your website? Or read these on your iPad®? With the PdfGrabber this, too, is no problem thanks to conversion to HTML and the eBook format, ePUB. And for professional users, PdfGrabber enables export as ASCII text for easy further processing, e.g., in databases.
It goes without saying that PdfGrabber is also suitable for OS X Mountain Lion, Office 2012 and the latest iWorks applications.
Unit Price: EUR 99.00
Total: EUR 99.00
includes 19% sales tax/VAT to EUR 83.19: EUR 15.81
Delivery: License key by e-mail
Language: English, German, French
General requirements: The following minimum requirements must be met in order to use the PdfGrabber Mac edition software: – Apple Macintosh Computer (Intel processor) – 50 MB free space on hard disk – Mac OS X 10.6 (Snow Leopard) or higher PDF requirements In principle, all PDF documents are supported which have been created from an original document, e.g. Word, PageMaker, QuarkXpress etc. We will be happy to provide you with further information on request.
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