How to Convert PDF to Microsoft Word & Word, Excel, and PowerPoint to PDF, XPS

gdoc-screenshotgDoc Creator is free enterprise level application available to convert Word, Excel, and PowerPoint into PDF or XPS. It also has ability to convert PDF to Word doc. gDoc Creator add button in the Office toolbar that allow you to create PDF files instantly. gDoc also allow you to merge and join PDF documents.

gDoc have many great features. I am just trying to outlined below.

  • Ability to convert docs in multiple formats. This program install virtual XPS and PDF printer driver that can convert any printable document to XPS and PDF Format.
  • It offer multiple conversion profiles such as Retain Page Layout, Retain Text Editability, and Retain Text Flow.
  • Support add-ons for MS Office that allow you to convert document from MS Office instantly within a click.
  • Excellent conversion at blazing fast speed.

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This article has 2 comments

  1. nemo

    Converting from .doc to .pdf does not copy everything as it is in a Word
    document.
    There are various nemo pdf converters available, some may avoid it but may not avoid other formatting.
    You can just try different converters. Try this good and easy to use converter, click here. http://www.nemopdf.com/products/pdf_converter.html
    Hope it helps.

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