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AnyBizSoft PDF to Word Converter free on January 26, 2010(Save $29.95)

PDF to Word Converter from Anypdftools is an easy-to-use utility for converting PDF files into Word 2010, 2007 (.docx) and Word 2003 (.doc) files.

The tool is reasonably fast in the conversion process and the resultant output is also accurate. It preserves the original layout of your PDF file in an editable Word Document.

AnyBizSoft PDF to Word Converter normally costs $29.95, but there will have a giveaway on January 26, 2010 at GOD.

If you would like to get a free copy of this useful tool, just visit at January 26, 2010. Thanks Jimmy White for the info. (via)


  1. Thanks for the awesome tip. My PDF files with complicated format, lots of images and hyperlinks are preserved completely in the generated Word files. BYW, it supports encrypted PDF files conversion.

    I have already got a free license. Hurry up to get free keycode of PDF to Word Converter here:

    Thanks for sharing again.


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