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Free PDF to Word- Anybizsoft PDF to Word Converter

Not every computer user has Adobe acrobat on their device, therefore, it might be a problem when you are supposed to edit, or at least view a document in a PDF format. Not to mention that Adobe are not so easy to run, and not many people have time or will to learn about this program. Most people are more used to Microsoft Office's product such as Word, or excel to work, and when someone else ask them to recreate an office file into PDF format file, it seems to be a waste of time and energy.
Rather than learning to use Adobe, it will be a lot easier to get software that can help you convert the format of PDF into any format that you desired like PDF to Word. And as usual you can get if free on the internet. One of the well known freeware of PDF converter is gDoc Creator, and we will try to review it.
One big advantage of using gDoc is that it's a freeware. You don't need to spend any money purchasing the product. All you have to do is to download it from many sites that provide the link to do it. One suggestion is that anyone should be very careful downloading a free web based software. Always check whether the site is trusted, to avoid downloading a virus or malware. The best choice of site is always the product's official site.
GDoc works on windows platform. There are some reports that it doesn't work properly on windows 2000 or edition lower, but considering not many people still use that edition of windows, it shouldn't be a problem. GDoc creator will install itself perfectly in the application toolbar of Microsoft Office and makes it easier to convert any MS Office file into PDF. The neat function on gDoc creator is that the software works both ways, whether to convert MS Office files into PDF, or PDF into MS Office files.
Feature wise, gDoc is quite advanced. It has a feature of password to protect your files, with 128-bit encryption that ensure high security. In addition gDoc you can also batch convert many documents to PDF easily. Basically, all you have to do is drag and drop documents you wanted to convert into gDoc interface and have it converted in short amount of time.
The weakness of gDoc lies on the process of converting PDF files into MS Office files. There are not so many features supporting this action. It's not capable of converting encrypted or password protected PDF files. This is what differ the premium software brand from freeware. Software under the brand of AnyBizSoft is the perfect example.
AnyBizSoft PDF converter can convert any PDF files, whether it's encrypted or not into most MS Office files such as word and excel, and even PowerPoint! In addition, it also converts PDF files into EPUB for e-book experience, or HTML for web viewing.
The ability to edit a file once it has been converted from PDF into other formats is also limitless with AnyBizSoft PDF Converter even if the file is password protected. The software would synchronize itself into the new format, and enables you to insert password and unlock the file. These extra features will surely worth the extra dollar spent to purchase the product.

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My wifi is not private at this time, so wish to change to private.


To secure /make your Wi Fi router private ..please follow the instructions from the link below:
http://www6.nohold.net/Cisco2/u

or CLICK HERE
For more details please refer to the router's user manual .
To download / View the manual for your Linksys Wireless-G WRT54G Router ...>>Click HERE <<
This will direct you to cisco support page ..from there ..click the Downloads button


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Next select your router's hardware version ..(You should find the model number + hardware version on the sticker underneath the device )

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Then click the user guide link to download / view the user manual for that model

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PDF manuals require the Adobe Acrobat Reader for viewing and printing.Note: Use the most current version of the reader for viewing these PDF manuals by clicking the "Adobe" link below. You will be taken to the Adobe site for download of the reader

Go to: Adobe's Acrobat Download Page. >>

Please do not hesitate to let me know if you need any further assistance.

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PDF is a kind of file format introduced by Adobe Inc in 1993. It has the feature of non-editable and easy to share, so widely used in all over the world.
There are many tools could help us to create a PDF file, such as the famous Adobe Acrobat Pro and Nemo PDF series tool. They are both great choice for you.

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This maybe bee a solution.

1: the text is inserted in a picture, therefore you can not edit it
2: the text you want to edit has a unknown font for adobe, therefore you need to delete the word/ from "." to "." and then wirte all between the "." again
3: you are not choisen first the area you want to edit, and then the text feature to insert the text

Hope this was helpfull, if not come again

Please rate my answer, thanks in advance

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I cant view or print which needs adobe acrobat reader,


Good day sir/maam, adobe reader is needed to view a pdf file. Most likely your adobe reader installation is defective. There are other readers available on the internet. Checkout download.com for an extra copy of Adobe Reader. Try DeskPDF Pro. hope this helps

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