Wise PDF Content Split is a convenient and speedy application focusing on solving out the problems of splitting Acrobat PDF files into smaller pdf files based on location, contents or text information of the original files.
May 7, 2013 14:13:23
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Description: Wise PDF Content Split is a convenient and speedy application focusing on solving out the problems of splitting Acrobat PDF files into smaller pdf files based on location, contents or text information of the original files. With this tiny application, the composite PDF documents, such as invoices, reports or payroll files, can be split into separated files by setting keywords, such as invoice number, account number or employees' names. A series of rules for splitting are available to you, and you can even set a rule at your option.
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