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AnyBizSoft PDF to Word Converter [Free Giveaway until 1st March 2010]


If you are looking for a good pdf to word converter software, you are in the right time as AnyBizSoft is giving free keycode for their PDF to Word Converter 2.5.3. Of course it isn’t a latest version, but heck, it does what it supposed to at high quality. I have personally tried myself and find it quite impressive being a free giveaway. Below are some highlight for the software:

Support encrypted PDF files conversion

Support Microsoft Office 2010 and Windows 7

3 conversion modes—Batch, Partial, Right-click conversion modes

Preserve text, layouts, images and hyperlinks in an editable Word document

Don’t miss the chance! Even you are not looking for it right now, but you can just keep the software and the keycode for future use, who knows it might come in handy one day. Straight to AnyBizSoft PDF to Word Converter 2.5.3 Free Giveaway page and claim yourself a free keycode!

Note: Free offer expires on Mar. 1, 2010

How to create a new word document file in A4 size as default?


I am not sure about you, but for me, I always have the chance to get a shared or close-to-print document set in a wrong paper size, especially the default size of Microsoft Word – letter size. However, in my working environment, A4 is our primary document size, but somehow some documents are being prepared without changing the paper size to A4, which is quite troublesome sometimes as the spacing and alignments etc. are all different in both letter and A4 size. And also if the letter sized document printed in A4 paper, there will be a portion emptied due to the letter size. So, one best way of minimizing such problems is to create a document in A4 size as the default size. Here’s how (for Microsoft Word 2007 and above):

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