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Convert Doc

If you are looking for Convert Doc, you have come to the right place. We explain what Convert Doc is and point you to the official download.

What is Convert Doc?

Convert Doc is a simple to use document conversion utility. If the user needs to convert and manipulate files with a variety of file types located within many folders in a short period of time, then this is the tool. Convert Doc can be especially useful if the user requires complicated file conversion jobs done on a regular basis. By saving and recalling a conversion job file, Convert Doc quickly remembers all the file conversion tasks and their details. Also, Convert Doc may be run from the command line, allowing for use in batch files or can be launched from within other programs.

PDF, Text, RFT and HTML are amongst the favorite formats Convert Doc’s customers convert their files to. With Convert Doc, the user can use their conversion algorithms, or those built from within MS Word itself, giving him an amount of flexibility. Features include being able to support fast conversion of PDF, DOC, DOCX, HTML, TXT, and more. MS Word and Acrobat are not required. The user can also choose between their own fast conversion or MS Word’s conversion algorithm.

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File types supported by Convert Doc

Our users primarily use Convert Doc to open these file types:

About file types supported by Convert Doc

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Last updated: : February 17, 2014