Convert Word to PDF Free Using Kernel For Word to PDF Conversion Tool

Noida, U.p India (PressExposure) May 24, 2011 -- PDF is the universal file format and for this reason used widely for creating documents. PDF documents offer various advantages to users and so they are a preferred means of documentation in organizations and legal matters. For this reason, more and more users are trying to convert their Word documents into PDF file format. PDF documents allow users to access the data over any platform or device and ease the task of sharing information among a network safely. While creating PDF documents, one can encrypt the data, password protect it and put local restrictions so that only selected data can be accessed. All these features are not offered in case of creating a Word document because of which conversion from Word to PDF free is required. Commercially available tools enable users to convert Word to PDF for free and without any hassles.

Kernel for Word to PDF conversion tool is an excellent software application that can convert Word to PDF free. This software is capable of converting multiple Word documents into PDF file format within seconds and in one conversion cycle. The algorithm used in this software to perform the conversion does that with accuracy. Users can expect to recover all their data from the original Word documents to PDF file format. Both .doc and .docx format is supported by this software. In order to convert Word to PDF free, users simply need to install this software and run it. A few simple steps will lead them to successful conversion of all the selected Word documents into PDF files. This software is capable of recovering all the textual data, OLE objects, images, hyperlinks, tables and graphs present in the Word files with complete accuracy.

Kernel for Word to PDF conversion tool is embedded with a PDF printer driver that enables it to make the conversion with precision. It is however necessary to pre-install Ghostscript application in the system before running this Word to PDF conversion software. Ghostscript application works as a file format converter and aids in preserving the data integrity of the documents. The advantage of this tool is that users do not have to worry about broken layouts, missing fonts and lost images in the resultant PDF documents.

For more details about the important features, functionalities and capabilities of this software, visit http://www.convertwordtopdffree.net

Key features:

1.Word to PDF conversion with accuracy

2.Converts up to 50 Word documents in a single conversion cycle

3.Retains data structure, formatting and properties in the converted files

4.Supports Unicode Character Conversion

5.Allows users to put local restrictions and encryptions on converted PDF files

6.Recovers textual data, OLE objects, images, forms, graphs, hyperlinks, tables and other information from Word files for conversion

7.Provision of Page Settings to create PDF

8.Supports all versions of MS Word for conversion

Kernel for Word to PDF conversion software is available for evaluation in a trial version. Using this version, users can convert Word to PDF free and check out the features and functionalities of this utility. However, this free evaluation version only allows up to 50 conversion and each page of the converted PDF file displays a text reading "Kernel for Word to PDF conversion demo". To convert more Word documents into PDF files, users must purchase the product key of the software.

About Kernel Data Recovery

Kernel Data Recovery is a well-known firm dealing varied range of data recovery solutions for both enterprise and home users. The company started its services in the year 2004; Kernel Data Recovery has since released many best-selling data recovery tools along with a growth rate of 200 percent annually for the same period. To get a detailed view about the software functionality, feel free to visit http://www.convertwordtopdffree.net

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Press Release Submitted On: May 24, 2011 at 1:45 am
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