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The following table compares the features between PDF2Office Personal v5.0 and PDF2Office Professional v6.0

PDF2Office Personal PDF2Office Professional
Microsoft® Word plug-in to directly open PDF documents Yes Yes
Convert/Open password-protected PDF documents Yes Yes
Drag and Drop a PDF file onto Microsoft® Word Yes Yes
Specify basic PDF document conversion options Yes Yes
Specify image resolution, math formula processing and font substitution when converting to Word Yes Yes
Recover specific data from PDF documents Yes Yes
PDF2Office Application no Yes
Requires Microsoft Word to function Yes no1
Ideal for PDF documents with less than 40 pages Yes Yes
Ideal for PDF documents with more than 40 pages no Yes
Integrates with Applications such as Pages, Keynote and TextEdit etc… no Yes
Performs PostScript font matching and allows specifying substitution fonts no Yes
Native Preview of a PDF file no Yes
Convert PDF file to Microsoft®Excel 2007/2008-2010/2011 no Yes
Microsoft® Word 2007/2008-2010/2011 Yes2 Yes
Microsoft® PowerPoint® 2007/2008-2010/2011 no Yes
Microsoft® Excel 97/98-2003/2004 no Yes
Microsoft® Word 97/98-2003/2004 no Yes
Microsoft® PowerPoint® 97/98-2003/2004 Yes2 Yes
RTF no Yes
Text no Yes
Unicode Text Macintosh no Yes
Unicode Text Windows no Yes
HTML no Yes
Convert each page of a PDF file to TIFF no no
JPEG Yes3 Yes
Photoshop no Yes
PNG Yes3 Yes
PICT no Yes
TARGA no Yes
BMP no Yes
Silicon Graphics no Yes
QuickTime Image no Yes
MacPaint no Yes
Convert Images Embedded in PDF files to TIFF no no
JPEG Yes3 Yes
Photoshop no Yes
PNG Yes3 Yes
TARGA no Yes
BMP no Yes
Silicon Graphics no Yes
QuickTime Image no Yes
MacPaint no Yes

1. To Open PDF files directly in Microsoft® Word, either Microsoft® Word to function is required.
Otherwise all PDF documents can be converted to the supported formats using the PDF2Office application software.

2. When the PDF document is opened in Microsoft® Word, it is converted to the Microsoft® Word format.

3. When converting to the Word type, you can specify the image type that should be used in Word.