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AnyBizSoft PDF to PowerPoint for Mac from AnyBizSoft
AnyBizSoft PDF to PowerPoint for Mac
AnyBizSoft PDF to PowerPoint for Mac is specially designed for Mac users to convert PDF to Microsoft PowerPoint on Mac OS X. With this unique PDF assistant Mac users can easily make professional PowerPoint presentations from read-only PDF files with all the original text images tables layout and formatting accurately preserved. Key Features 1. Good Preservation. PDF to PowerPoint for Mac features to convert read-only PDF files to fully-formatted and editable PowerPoint presentations. It preserves all the text images tables hyperlinks layout and formatting in the PDF files to editable PowerPoint presentations. 2. High Efficiency. PDF to PowerPoint for Mac supports batch conversion and partial conversion modes which can help Mac users' working on Mac more efficiently. 3. High Compatibility. It supports Support Adobe PDF 1.0-1.7 Microsoft PowerPoint 2008 for Mac and does not require Adobe Reader or Acrobat. 4. Support Encrypted PDF Files Conversion. Users can convert restricted PDF files directly. And open password is required for conversion if the PDF file is protected by user open password. 5. Easy to use. Users can finish the conversion with just 3 simple steps Import Customize Convert. And also drag-and-drop operation is supported. 6. Support Multiple Languages English Turkish Thai Latin Korean Greek Cyrillic Japanese and Chinese. 7. System Requirement * Operating System Mac OS X 10.5 or later * CPU Intel (32bit) 512MHz * Hard Disk 100M and above

Category: Software::Business & Finance::Word Processing
AnyBizSoft PDF to PowerPoint for Mac from AnyBizSoft
Product ID: 21478-14 | Publisher: AnyBizSoft
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