Tweak PDF Converter

Tweak PDF Converter 5.0

Tweak PDF Converter enjoys the rapid and reliable conversion from Word to PDF
5.0  (2 votes)
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Tweak PDF Converter is a small utility that converts Microsoft Office Word files into PDF format and vice versa. The application provides various conversion options and features, very useful for different types of exports. It supports .DOC, .DOCX, and .RTF files from any version of Microsoft Word since 1997. It is a standalone application which does not require Microsoft Word to be installed.

Multiple files can be selected at once by dragging and dropping them into the application's window, and batch-processed subsequently. There is no limitation on the number of files that can be converted this way. On the other hand, if it is not necessary to convert a whole document, you can select just a range of pages, which will be exported to a single document. This is very useful for large files. Also, the images from the original file can be discarded and will no longer appear in the final document.

The application preserves original document's structure, preventing images or tables from overlapping with the text (this is a problem that frequently occurs in exported PDF documents). However, if you want a different text formatting in the converted document, these elements can be changed into flowing text, text in text, text with style, or simple text. Also, the document's headers and footers can be converted as document body text, or preserved in their original form.

Tweak PDF Converter also works with password-protected PDF files. A window will pop up when such documents are processed, asking for the password. If one is not provided, the export will stop. When the export is successful, the resulting converted document will not be protected.

The trial version of Tweak PDF Converter will only convert the first page of a document. For full conversion, the application must be purchased.

Cristian Ionescu
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Pros

  • Easy to use
  • Batch processing
  • Selective conversion

Cons

  • None worth mentioning
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