Solid Converter PDF, though, offers an exceptional solution to the problem. It takes PDF documents, and converts to Word documents–also does a superb job for this. Typically, when you extract text from PDF documents by copying and pasting into Word manually, it goes through arbitrary–and possibly undesirable –formatting changes. Paragraph returns seem at line endings, text goes lost , spaces appear. . .the design essentially blows up. That is not the case with Solid Converter PDF, though. It converts PDF files to Word document, converting either text and layout perfectly. It properly transformed half a dozen PDFs I snapped at it, even those who have complex designs and lots of graphics.
Strong Converter guarantees users one of the easiest programs for PDF conversion on the market. With its flamboyant layout and basic stream, the designers have found a good balance for this exceptional program. The program has an interface that is a little crowded, but still manages to work well. Icons are large and cartoonish across the blue-and-white display, and are broken up into four sections. The Getting Started section offers four icons for changing and converting PDFs. There’s a News box beside it. At the base of the display is the Learning Center, with step-by-step tutorials for all processes. Ultimately, running along the right side is the Control Center which shows users exactly what record they are converting and where it is going to end up.