Nuance PDF Converter Enterprise 7

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Nuance PDF Converter Enterprise 7
  • Nuance PDF Converter Enterprise 7
  • Nuance PDF Converter Enterprise 7
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  • Adequate document conversion; Inexpensive; Useful 'Search and Redact' feature


  • Clunky video import; Interface needs some consolidation; SharePoint integration didn't work properly in tests

Bottom Line

If your PDF tasks are basic and your budget is tight, PDF Converter will do the job.

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System requirements Windows 7/Windows Vista/XP/2003, 2008 Server (Citrix, AD, WTS); Microsoft Internet Explorer 7 or above; 512 MB of memory (RAM), 1 GB recommended; 500MB of free hard disk space for application files plus 50 MB working space during installation; CD-ROM drive for installation; Web access

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