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I think everybody will agree that Adobe’s PDF format is popular for document sharing because it offers constant appearance of a document regardless of the operating system or device. Converting any documents to PDF is also a snap. All you have to do is “print” the document as PDF. Mac users don’t even have to use any additional application to do this because the feature How To Easily Create & Annotate PDF Documents How To Easily Create & Annotate PDF Documents Read More is built into Mac OS X.

But PDF has its own downside. Even though you can annotate PDF documents, you can’t edit it. To do that, even Mac users will need the help of other applications. Something like PDF to Word for Mac from AnyBizSoft.

And if you need the ability to convert PDF to Word documents, today might be your lucky day. This week, we’re giving away 30 copies of PDF to Word Converter for Windows and another 30 for Mac worth $2100 in total!

One-click converting

I wish I could talk a little longer about the conversion process but I can’t. All you need to do to convert PDF documents to editable Word documents is to drag and drop the documents to the application window and click the “Convert” button.


And after few seconds, the process is finished. It can’t get any easier than that.

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However, there are few things that you can customize if you want to. The menu is available under “File – Output Settings“.

You can decide where to save the output document(s).

You can also choose the format of the output document(s) between “.doc” and “.rtf“.

And what about the output result? It’s pretty sweet. I don’t think that you can even tell the difference if it wasn’t pointed out. Click on the image to view a larger version.

Download the Windows or Mac version and give it a try. If you win a copy of the application from this giveaway, you are eligible for free upgrades and online technical support for life! That’s one heck of an offer!

AnyBizSoft PDF to Word Converter 3.0.0 for Windows even supports table conversion and does not need Microsoft Office Word installed so you’re pretty much covered.

How do I win a copy?

It’s simple, just follow the instructions.

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This giveaway begins now and ends Friday, 18th June at 2100hrs PST. The winners will be selected at random and announced via email.

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Need a converter for other document types besides Word? AnyBizSoft has officially released three new software for Mac — AnyBizSoft 6-in-1 PDF Converter for Mac, PDF to Excel for Mac and PDF to PowerPoint for Mac. Check it out. Interested in other products? MakeUseOf readers get a series of special discounts on this page, including AnyBizSoft PDF Converter for Windows and Mac version, PDF to EPUB Converter and PDF to PowerPoint Converter.

MakeUseOf would like to thank Ricky from AnyBizSoft for his generosity while participating in this giveaway. Interesting in sponsoring? We’d love to hear from you. Get in touch with us via email.

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  1. yuregininsesi
    June 27, 2010 at 1:38 pm

    Which sort of defeats the purpose of getting the PDF converted to Word.

  2. Al Reilly
    June 16, 2010 at 3:48 pm

    I just know it's something I can use to keep better track of my PDF files If they are on Word I just seem to be able to sort through them better. Maybe that's just me

  3. Dave
    June 16, 2010 at 6:48 am

    Just so you know, the pages look so perfect because they're graphic images of the PDF pages, embedded in Word. In other words, a Word graphic, not editable text. Which sort of defeats the purpose of getting the PDF converted to Word.

    • ├Žnon1mus
      June 16, 2010 at 11:13 am

      No Dave, I'm afraid you're wrong. The converted file contains text.