Tuesday, November 9, 2010

ABBYY PDF Transformer v3.0.100.399 Portable

ABBYY PDF Transformer 3.0 - versatile and easy to use program for working with PDF-files. Convert any PDF-documents into editable formats, create PDF files from their applications, Microsoft ® Office, merge several documents into one PDF-file.

System requirements:
A computer with an Intel ® Core ™ 2/Pentium ® / Celeron ® / Xeon ™, AMD K6/Turion ™ / Athlon ™ / Duron ™ / Sempron ™ or compatible processor, clocked 1 GHz or higher.
Windows 7 operating system, Windows Vista ®, Microsoft ® Windows Server ® 2003, Windows XP. Windows 7

For working with localized interfaces, operating system must provide the necessary language support;
RAM: 512 MB;
Keyboard, Mouse.

Key features:
Converting PDF-files:
Convert PDF-files
ABBYY PDF Transformer 3.0 can convert into editable any PDF-files, including files without a text layer.
Such files are often obtained from scanned documents and represent the image of the text. This text is impossible to allocate and copy into another application. Through the use of ABBYY PDF Transformer 3.0's unique recognition technology, the program correctly converts to editable form, even these PDF-files.
Articles, manuals, contracts, reports - transferring from a PDF into an editable format with one click.

When converting from PDF program makes the text editable, but retains the appearance of the document, including tables. So you do not have to spend time restoring the original design.

Preservation of the exact execution of a document
ABBYY PDF Transformer 3.0 accurately retains the layout of the document. The program provides a special toolbar to highlight areas of text, images and tables. These tools are useful for accurate reproduction in an editable format, PDF-files with a complex design.

Converting multilingual PDF-files
The program converts the text in 184 languages based on Cyrillic, Latin, Greek and Armenian alphabets and languages on the basis of hieroglyphic writing.

ABBYY PDF Transformer 3.0 works correctly with documents containing any combination of supported languages.

Selective conversion of pages
Select the PDF-document only those pages that you want to convert. For a quick search, use a special window for browsing the document.

Creating PDF-files:
Creating directly from Microsoft Office applications
When creating PDF-files from Microsoft ® Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint ®, Visio ®) program is fully preserves the layout and internal structure of the document: referrals contents, footnotes, implicit references to web-sites, etc.

Necessary buttons and menu commands appear in these programs after the installation of ABBYY PDF Transformer.

Creation from any application that supports the conclusion of documents for printing
You can create a PDF-file from any application other than Microsoft Office, using a virtual printer PDF-XChange 4.0 for ABBYY.
Create PDF from Windows Explorer with one click
You can create a PDF-file from Windows Explorer with one click.

Manage the size of generated PDF-documents
ABBYY PDF Transformer 3.0 allows you to specify the size of your PDF-file. We recommend the small size for sending via e-mail and Internet publications, the average - for viewing on screen and in print, the maximum - for printing with high quality.

Consolidation into a single PDF:
Combine multiple files of different formats into one PDF
In the new version you can easily combine several files of different formats (PDF, Microsoft ® Word documents or Excel, a presentation PowerPoint ®) into a single PDF-document.
Combining directly from Windows Explorer
You can combine the necessary documents in various formats into one PDF directly in Windows Explorer Windows.

Other options:
Using passwords
ABBYY PDF Transformer 3.0 can convert PDF-files that are password protected (unless of course you know the password). When creating a PDF can also set a password - to open the file, at its printing, editing, adding and deleting pages, etc.

Saving options
ABBYY PDF Transformer 3.0 automatically locates the document links, and reproduces them in the final files. Links can be internal to the pages of the same document, and external, on Internet sites. For example, if the original PDF-document is a table of contents with links, after conversion to Microsoft Word, it will be fully preserved.

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