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Hidocs Document Converter Features
Convert between many different text document formats Supports converting between or from Microsoft Office files such as DOC, DOCX, XLS and XLSX Microsoft Works converter lets you convert wps to word Supports conversions from WordPerfect, TXT, Open Office, ODT and more to PDF, DOCX and more Converts images to text as needed with OCR Convert e-books from file types such as EPUB or MOBI to DOCX, PDF, HTML, and more Batch convert thousands of files at once Convert PDF to Word, TXT, DOCX and more Use your right click menu to convert documents from outside the program Drag and drop documents to be converted into Hidocs document converter software Share documents with friends and clients who use different word processing software Easily combine multiple PDF files with PDF merge
Added New Feature – Pdf Options While Converting to Pdf Added Advanced Pdf Splitter Added Advanced Pdf Encryptor Added New Feature – Combine and Convert Multiple Images to Pdf Added New Feature Html to pdf – Now You can convert Url to PDF , Image Formats and SVG in batch
04 Sep 2020
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