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Microsoft Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 2000, or Windows ME; Pentium Processor or better, Pentium 4 or higher recommended; 128MB RAM or more, 256MB RAM is recommended; 20MB Hard disk space for install
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WinXP SP3: Installed and registered without issues. I used a PDF file that has a lot of graphics with print information intermingled. The file was 16 pages before conversion to a Word file, and 31 pages after, with chopped off graphics and all print was on seperate pages. The UI looks and works well. I was able to edit some of the text and put it close to where it belonged. I like that the converted file is sent to an Output file, within the PDFZilla file, by default. A little more accuracy in conversion would be good.
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Yes 1.2.7 but don't waste time downloading as output to Word is useless as formatting and fonts are wrong.
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PDFZilla installs easily on Windows XP and features a clean, goodlooking, easy to use GUI. But of course, what matters most is the quality of the output.
Since I've recently bought several textbooks in PDF format, which aren't particularly easy to read in either of my PDF readers, Foxit and Sumatra, I was curious to see what PDFZilla could do with them. Incidentally PDFZilla is the first PDF conversion tool I've ever installed. Previously I've only used online converters, which I've found to be completely ropey, so my expectations here weren't very high.
So to test PDFZilla, I converted two large textbooks from PDF to each of several formats : Word, PDF and JPG.
My first textbook converted cleanly - in the visual sense - from PDF to Word. It had obviously been created from a set of images, so the output was entirely image-based. The resulting document was extremely bloated - four times the size of the PDF! - and MS Word took an eternity to read it in and display it. However I was then able to save it again using Word, and ended up with a good looking document about the same size as the original PDF, which loads quickly into Word. Of course, it's still completely uneditable, but it's much easier for me to read and navigate. For exactly the same reasons, this textbook converted nicely to JPG, but atrociously to HTML.
My second textbook did not produce anything useful in Word format. PDFZilla managed to extract actual text from the PDF, but for some strange reason it was unable to detect any spaces between the words, so the output is pretty well unreadable. This textbook also produced horrible HTML, but it did generate a tidy set of JPGs which I can browse and read easily in an image editor.
My verdict: don't expect the HTML output to be remotely readable, and don't expect to create editable, text-based Word documents. If however like me you're happy merely to convert your enormous PDF ebooks into alternative formats, just to make them a fraction easier to read and navigate, and you don't mind spending a bit of time re-processing the output so it's less bloated, then you might find PDFZilla useful.
PDFZilla is a keeper for me. I wouldn't pay more than $10 for it, but it's a nice freebie.
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Conversion to Word (.doc, .rtf): It converts each line to separate paragraf, embedded in separate frame, that means the documents almost can't be edited without breaking its structure. So by coversion you get the Word document which looks similar to the PDF original, but it is very difficult to change. If a human typist would create such a document, he/she would immediately loose his job, IMHO.
Conversion to HTML: similar problem - each line is coverted to separate div, so again: the document may look similar to the original but is usless, if you need to change it.
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disappointed. installed fine on Win7 (32), tried a few conversions to rtf, doc and html, non of them were any good. None of the text was converted. only figures and some of them were also distorted.
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