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Quickly convert PDF documents into text files with Free PDF to Text Converter

Previously we mentioned some of the free tools and services for converting PDF files into other text formats. Here is an easy to use, yet powerful tool for converting PDF into a text files.

Free PDF to Text Converter is an extremely simple to use tool - just drag and drop PDF documents in to the program's window (up to 10 documents) or right click on the PDF document and select ‘Convert with Anybiz….’ And click on the ‘Convert’ button. With in a second your file will be converted into text file.

The free program also supports encrypted PDF files. It works on Windows XP, Vista and Windows 7 operating systems and supports multi-language conversion.

Download the program from here. Required a free registration key to get the full advantages of the program.


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