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Introducing Adobe Export PDF from the Acrobat Solutions Team

If you’re like me, you have a ton of useful and valuable information saved as PDFs on your laptop. And, if you’re like me, you get a little frustrated when you have to go back and edit those documents. The process is time-consuming, involves retyping your content with all the potential errors that brings, and often the results aren’t what you expected.

Not any longer. Today we announced Adobe ExportPDF, an easy-to-use, subscription-based, online PDF-to-Word converter that lets you reuse your Word content, which means you reduce errors, improve productivity and finish your projects faster than before. While Acrobat X has this functionality, it’s a great way for non-Acrobat PDF users to test drive one of our most popular features.

All you need to do is upload your PDF file to our online service via your Web browser. We turn it into a Word document that you then download and edit with ease.

Adobe ExportPDF converts PDF files to native Word 2010 or 2007 DOCX format and can convert the vast majority of PDF files around today, including those containing scanned documents. The only files that it won’t convert are PDF Portfolios, password-protected PDFs, or PDFs with permissions applied to prevent printing, copying or altering content.  It will support the conversion of PDF files up to 100MB in size.

By the way, once you’ve edited your Word document, you can use Adobe CreatePDF to reconvert it to a PDF file that anyone can read using Adobe Reader. Learn more about CreatePDF here.

I expect ExportPDF will make my life easier. How about you? This new online service offering is a way for new users to experience the value of one of Acrobat’s most popular features at a low cost. Annual ExportPDF subscriptions are just US$19.99 for unlimited conversions. So tell your non-Acrobat friends to check out Adobe ExportPDF today.

Todd Gerber, Group Product Marketing Manager, Solutions 

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