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  2. PDF - Wikipedia

    Portable Document Format (PDF), standardized as ISO 32000, is a file format developed by Adobe in 1992 to present documents, including text formatting and images, in a manner independent of application software, hardware, and operating systems.

  3. pdftotext - Wikipedia

    pdftotext is an open-source command-line utility for converting PDF files to plain text files—i.e. extracting text data from PDF-encapsulated files. It is freely available and included by default with many Linux distributions, and is also available for Windows as part of the Xpdf Windows port.

  4. Solid Converter PDF - Wikipedia

    Solid Converter PDF's supported conversion formats include Microsoft Word.docx and .doc, .rtf, Microsoft Excel.xlsx, .xml, Microsoft PowerPoint.pptx, .html and .txt. Besides converting PDF files to document file formats for editing, users may also edit PDFs directly in the program.

  5. History of PDF - Wikipedia

    History of PDF. The Portable Document Format (PDF) was created by Adobe Systems, introduced at the Windows and OS/2 Conference in January 1993 and remained a proprietary format until it was released as an open standard in 2008. Since then, it has been under the control of an International Organization for Standardization (ISO) committee of ...

  6. Foxit Software - Wikipedia

    Foxit Software was founded in 2001 [7] by Eugene Y. Xiong (Chinese: 熊雨前 ), a Chinese national with permanent residence in the United States, [4] to develop similar PDF software products to those from Adobe Systems and other PDF vendors, and offer them at lower prices. [12] In 2009, Foxit Software Company incorporated as Foxit Corporation.

  7. Microsoft Office - Wikipedia

    Starting in July 2013, Word can render PDF documents or convert them to Microsoft Word documents, although the formatting of the document may deviate from the original. Since November 2013, the apps have supported real-time co-authoring and autosaving files.

  8. Foxit PDF Reader - Wikipedia

    Foxit PDF Reader (formerly Foxit Reader) is a multilingual freemium PDF (Portable Document Format) tool that can create, view, edit, digitally sign, and print PDF files. Foxit Reader is developed by Fuzhou, China-based Foxit Software .

  9. Word processor - Wikipedia

    Word processor. A word processor ( WP) [1] [2] is a device or computer program that provides for input, editing, formatting, and output of text, often with some additional features. Early word processors were stand-alone devices dedicated to the function, but current word processors are word processor programs running on general purpose computers.

  10. Adobe Acrobat - Wikipedia

    Acrobat Pro is the professional full version of Acrobat developed by Adobe Inc. to edit, create, manipulate, print and manage files in the Portable Document Format (PDF). It is currently available for Windows and macOS users only. Acrobat Reader is the freeware version of Acrobat developed by Adobe Inc. to view, create, fill, print and format ...

  11. Adobe Acrobat version history - Wikipedia

    Adobe Acrobat 9.0 was released. Support for version 9 ended June 26, 2013, [10] with the last available update being 9.5.5. Adobe Acrobat 9.5.5 is the very last version, which can be installed on Unix-based system. Therefore 10 years after release Adobe Acrobat 9.5.5 is still used on modern and cutting-edge Systems.