Offers fastest MS Word documents conversion without MS Office/Word installed. Simple click-to-convert application. Provides an accurate and correct text output with support of bullets and numbering, footnotes/endnotes, Ansi/Unicode
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003
Word2html LT 1.12 Accurate and easy MS Word docs conversion to html with no MS Office installed. Full and fast-saved docs; character and paragraph formatting; bullets and numbered lists; tables including cell merging;foot/endnotes;fields;multilanguage documents.
Description: Word2text LT is a simple click-to-convert application that is using Wordcnv Software doc2text library to quickly and effectively convert an MS Word documents without MS Word/MS Office installed. Even if you have above mentioned Microsoft's applications installed Word2text LT is still a good choice since it provide more accurate and correct text output, works much more faster and you can easily poduce both Ansi and Unicode text documents from your MS Word's ones.
Main features of all products:
- DO NOT require nor MS Office nor any other third party libraries installed;
- ability to produce both Ansi and Unicode text documents and to change conversion type with a single click;
- convenient and user friendly user interface (except the library, of course).
- written using lighting fast assembly language
Document features supported:
Please note than all below mentioned features will be reflected in the text documents with a maximum possible precision, but will not corresponds one-to-one with original layout due to limitations of text only format.
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