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PDF to DOC Converter instantly converts PDF files into Microsoft Word documents that look just like the original, complete with all formatting and images! Information is set free - free to be edited and free to be integrated into your documents. 

PDF to DOC Converter is designed to exclude any unnecessary actions or preliminary operations. For instance, it automatically detects the encoding of the source file and makes sure the output will have the same. Even if you have 3- or 4-language document, PDF to Word handles it perfectly.
An expert user can also benefit of several conversion fine-tuning options, the command line execution and customizable multiple PDF files batch processing. Yes, that’s right; PDF Converter deals with multiple files just as easy as with one document only. You select them, drag&drop PDF to DOC Converter's Dialog Window, they are converted to Word. Just like that.

PDF to DOC software is a standalone program and does not require Microsoft Word, Adobe Acrobat, or even Acrobat Reader. PDF to DOC is a batch PDF Converter that you can convert a lot of PDF files to word documents once time! saving your time! 

PDF to DOC Converter Features:

bullet PDF to DOC converts PDF files into Microsoft Word RTF formats;
bullet PDF to DOC supports batch PDF to DOC conversion;
bullet PDF to DOC is a standalone software, MS Word, Adobe Acrobat and Reader NOT required!
bullet PDF to DOC processes the conversion at very high speed;
bullet PDF to DOC supports Command Line Operation (for manual use or inclusion in scripts);
bullet PDF to DOC supports Win98/ME/NT/2000/XP/2003/2008/Vista/7/etc. platforms;
bullet Convert PDF to Word and preserve the original layout of your PDF in an editable Word Document.
bullet PDF to DOC supports automatically resize PDF page to fit your requirement;
bullet PDF to DOC supports accurately preserves Text, Pictures, and Layout;
bullet Extract text labels, graphics, shapes from PDF file into Word Doc file.
bullet Convert all the pages, or partial pages of PDF file to Word file.
bullet PDF to DOC is easy to use;
bullet PDF to DOC supports multiple document conversions (Batch Processing);
bullet Can automatically open the output Doc file when the conversion is done.
bullet Several PDF to Word conversion options are available for a better result.
bullet PDF to DOC supports drag and drop files and batch conversion;
bullet PDF to DOC supports all version of PDF files.
bullet Converted files can be automatically loaded immediately after conversion complete;
bullet PDF to DOC supports page ranges (all, from to, individual pages);
bullet PDF to DOC supports English, French, German, Italian and other languages;
bullet PDF to DOC supports delete graphics and pictures from the generated Word document;

PDF to DOC Converter retains the layout of the original PDF document, creating a fully-formatted and editable Microsoft Word document. PDF Converter separates text, columns and images, giving you amazing access to text and data. Best of all, PDF Converter works with all industry-standard PDF files that were originally created from popular PC applications - including Microsoft Word, Quark and others. Click here to learn more...

What is Word DOC format?

Doc (an abbreviation for "document") is a file extension for a document created by Microsoft Word, the most popular word processing program. The .doc format is used for MS Word versions of between 97 and 2003. The later version of 2007 uses a different format.

MS Word was first created in 1983 for Xenix systems under the name Multi-Tool Word. Later newer versions were written for several other platforms like DOS running IBM PCs in 1983, the Apple Macintosh in 1984, and SCO Unix, OS/2, and Microsoft Windows in 1989. The MS Word programs have the ability to create and share documents using a set of writing tools. These documents may include formatted text, images, tables, graphs, charts, page formatting, and print settings.

A .doc file uses a text or binary file format for storing the documents on a storage media for use by computers. As the doc file format evolved over a period of time, it can be created and read by other software such as OpenOffice, AbiWord, and KWord. The only thing is that when files created in one program are opened in another program, the high-level formatting like headers and footers, are lost.

A main feature of the .doc format, which many find a problem, is the fact that the format is highly variable. In other words, the older versions cannot correctly read, or render files generated by newer versions. For example, a file created in MS Word 2007 cannot be read in MS Word 2003, nor a file created in MS Word 97 be read in earlier versions. This is because the structure of the document cannot be seen; hence the hidden codes of one document of a version make it unreadable in another version.

Whatever the case, and despite new word processing software reaching the market, the .doc file of MS Word remains the most widely used application by education, the corporate world, professional organizations, and home users.