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Docudesk launches deskUNPDF Pro for Mac

updated 01:40 pm EST, Fri January 18, 2008

DeskUNPDF Pro for Mac

Docudesk has launched deskUNPDF Professional for Mac, an application for converting as well as transforming and automating PDF workflow. The application utilizes industry-leading technology for converting PDF's to multiple output formats for editing, business-grade table-detection that enables extracting table information into Microsoft Excel (.xls), and batch conversion, according to Docudesk. The software is available for $70 (system requirements were unavailable).

The output formats support conversion for document, Web, image, and database needs. Supported document-based formats include the Open Document Format (.ODT) and Excel (.XLS). Supported database formats include Comma Separated Values (.CSV) and Extensible Markup Language (.XML). Supported Web-based formats include Hyper Text Markup Language (HTML), Extensible Hyper Text Markup Language (.xHTML), and Scalable Vector Graphics (.SVG). Supported image-based formats include Bitmap (.BMP), Portable Network Graphics (.PNG), Tagged Image File Format (.TIF or .TIFF) and Joint Photographic Experts Group (.JPEG).

Enhanced 'Accu-Text' rendering technology allows deskUNPDF Pro for Mac to offer reliable reproduction regardless of the chosen output format.



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