New Able2Extract Professional 15 – New Interface, Language Support, Batch PDF Creator & More!

New Able2Extract Professional 15 Released

We’re excited to announce that we just released Able2Extract Professional 15, and we know you’ll be too. With a whole new look and major performance tweaks, Able2Extract is a PDF suite that caters to your working style. 

Adding to its already complete set of PDF features, we gave this latest version a complete makeover. The new interface look is more modern, more versatile and customizable where it matters most. 

On top of that, the latest version provides users with the ability to boost the PDF creation process and extract tabular data to Excel in a more refined manner.

In a nutshell? The all new and improved features make Able2Extract Professional 15 an even more valuable PDF tool. Below is a closer look at how.

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How To Convert Scanned PDF to Searchable PDF

How to convert scanned PDF to searchable PDF file

When you work with digital documents you need to be able to manipulate and interact with the content as needed whether it be for editing, annotating or just simply viewing the pages.

Part of working with large documents also means being able to navigate through them and locate the information or data you need. Usually, you won’t need the entire contents of a file, but just a specific part of a long document. 

If you work with lengthy scanned PDFs, though, this can pose a problem. As you know, scanned PDFs are just images of textual content and hence, the content can’t be used in any effective way. 

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How to Set Slim PDF Reader as Your Default PDF Viewer

Set Slim PDF to always open PDF files by default

When working digitally with PDFs, you no doubt develop your own workflow and habits. From the files you open, to the tasks you perform to the software you use.

As a proficient computer user, you may be used to double-clicking a file and simply having it open as needed in the software you need instantly.

However, being able to do so first requires that you have your favorite software of choice set up to open the associated file format by default. If you don’t have a default program set up, you’re left to select the software you want to use each and every time. Fortunately, this is easy to fix.

For those of you who already use Slim PDF Reader and haven’t set it as a default yet, we’ll walk you through the process.

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How To Convert JPG to Excel with Able2Extract Professional

Converting JPG images to Excel spreadsheets

We have long spoken about Able2Extract’s capabilities when it comes to PDF to Excel conversion, yet there’s still one trick that we haven’t delved into in detail yet. 

Now, you may know that you can convert any file to Excel – that is, any file that can be printed can be converted to Excel. So, in effect, you can convert tables in PowerPoint or tables in Microsoft Word to Excel. 

But this doesn’t only mean you can convert digital documents. Did you know that you can also convert JPEG to Excel? 

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How Microsoft Editor Can Help You Write Like A Pro

Whether you’re a student researching and writing a paper, a business professional sending an email, or a freelancer revising a draft, being able to edit and correct anything you write is important.

This isn’t a new concept. You’re no doubt familiar with grammar and spelling checks in MS Word. However, when writing digitally and online is becoming a virtual staple in any type of work, it comes as no surprise that editing tools, add-ons, and document checking capabilities are becoming more popular, powerful and robust.

Google Docs has incorporated a native spell checker and suggestions, Grammarly has been one of the major standalone document checking tools on the market, and now Microsoft, who has been a major powerhouse in document creation and editing, has stepped into the game by building up its own editing tool: Microsoft Editor.

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4 Ways To View Microsoft Publisher Files

Different ways to open and view MS Publisher files

Microsoft Office Publisher files are perhaps one of the easiest and most common desktop publishing applications for anyone to use for creating print publications. With a few tips on how to use MS Publisher, you can start using the application like a professional editor.

Despite all its features and advantages for the common user, though, MS Publisher is notorious for its lack of compatibility with other applications. MS Publisher files aren’t as universal as you would assume.

It poses a major obstacle for collaboration, reviewing, and sharing Publisher content, which is an essential part of publishing print material. Limitations arise if a user doesn’t have a copy of MS Publisher installed. MS Publisher doesn’t have a dedicated viewer for opening or viewing its native file format. Moreover, MS Publisher files are pretty much the one Office format that causes problems for macOS users, because MS Publisher isn’t offered in Office for macOS.

Sound familiar?

In this post, we cover a few tips, hacks and suggestions that can help you open or view Microsoft Publisher files.

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