This Nuance product (you can add/delete/edit fields) is similar to the Adobe Acrobat 7 that I used to use with Windows XP, but which predates Windows 7. I used the Nuance product to convert a .pdf to a .doc file, and I was amazed that the bullets were real bullets and the .doc looked exactly like the .pdf. I had tried that a few years ago with PaperPort, TextBridge, OmniPage or some software that did a terrible job, and it could not even keep the fonts consistent, with random italics and splitting up paragr..
PDF Converter Professional 7.0 is one of several otherwise excellent software packages from Nuance that are let down by the company's draconian approach to software theft.Like Microsoft and Adobe, Nuance uses an activation process. This is not unreasonable, but, unlike these two, Nuance has a very flaky implementation, prompting me to knock a star off the rating.The software itself is fine - indeed, it is streets ahead of Acrobat, especially on cost - but after using it for some months it suddenly decided t..
Except for one critical problem, this is an excellent alternative to Adobe Acrobat and seems to integrate well with that program when sharing comments and editing etc etc.I would recommend it highly except for a fundamental problem with the way this software is activated and the likelihood that it will stop working due to this feature. PDF Converter Professional 7 seems to identify the process of adding/removing external drives as significantly changing the computer and flags this as the user installing the..