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UseOffice .Net 4.0: Easy Way to Create PDF to Word Converter in One Day

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UseOffice .Net 4.0: Easy Way to Create PDF to Word Converter in One Day

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UseOffice .Net 4.0 , a new version of .Net component designed to help developers to incorporate conversion of DOC, DOCX, RTF, PPT, PDF, HTML, XLS, and XLSX to their document management, workflow and archiving applications. Available today, UseOffice .Net 4.0 delivers highly accurate conversion and outstanding performance.

The main innovation is that now the component allows converting PDF documents to MS Word format: DOC, DOCX, RTF or Text. Given this fact, now UseOffice .Net can provide for developer more than 40 converting ways:

  • PDF to DOCX, DOC, RTF, Text
  • DOC to HTML, XML, RTF, TEXT, PDF, DOCX
  • DOCX to HTML, XML, RTF, TEXT, PDF
  • HTML to DOC, RTF, TEXT, PDF
  • XLS to HTML, XML, TEXT, CSV, RTF, PDF
  • RTF to HTML, XML, TEXT, DOC, PDF
  • PPT to HTML, XML, RTF, PDF, JPG, BMP, GIF
  • XLSX to HTML, XML, TEXT, CSV, RTF, PDF

Furthermore, new version is completely compatible with Windows Server 2012 R2, thus anyone can make own online converter which will work in a cloud.

UseOffice .Net leverages SautinSoft’s extensive experience in developing document conversion components that have already demonstrated their excellence in thousands of software applications worldwide, including enterprise document management, workflow and archiving systems. Similar technologies have been adopted by a number of companies from Fortune 500, including IBM, Siemens, Toyota and Hewlett-Packard.

 “We hope software developers will estimate our new product at its true worth as it delivers support for all popular document formats, fast conversion performance and outstanding accuracy”, says Max Sautin, the lead developer and founder of SautinSoft.

UseOffice .Net is written in C# and requires the installation of .NET Framework and Microsoft Office (2000, XP, 2003, 2007, 2010, 2013). Supported development environments are C#, VB.Net, J#, Delphi .Net, ColdFusion.

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