AnyBizSoft PDF to PowerPoint Converter 2.0: The Indezine Review

Created: Wednesday, April 7, 2010, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 5:39 am



If you have ever ended up with a PDF copy of an important presentation, only to know that the original PowerPoint file no longer exists — then you know that’s not a very happy state of affairs! And although there are umpteen PowerPoint to PDF converters available — in fact the new versions of PowerPoint have this capability built-in, the reverse option of creating editable PowerPoint presentations from any such PDFs is not a simple affair. Our review product, PDF to PowerPoint Converter 2.0 claims to make any such reverse engineering easy and simple — so the question is how does it fare?

Read more to find out…

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