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What is Doxillion?
Doxillion is an application designed to convert document files, such as Microsoft Word DOC or DOCX files or PDF documents, into other document formats, and even to and from legacy file types. This application can convert a huge variety of document file formats: DOC, DOCX (Microsoft Word and Microsoft Word 2007 and up, respectively), WPS (WordPerfect), PDF (Adobe Acrobat), TXT (Notepad), HTML (webpage, viewable in web browsers), ODT (OpenOffice document), and so on. Doxillion works on Windows and Mac OS X.
The conversion process of Doxillion is easy and simple, using both a one-click scheme and drag-and-dropping to convert document file formats into another output, or to save them into various formats (such as TXT to multiple, different file formats) as needed. It also features a batch conversion process, which is useful when working on several documents at once. Doxillion also integrates into the Windows shell so that a document file can be converted even without having to launch the program, just by right-clicking the file on Windows Explorer and converting it from there.
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File types supported by Doxillion
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About file types supported by Doxillion
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Last updated: : July 7, 2014