Alexandria, Virginia (PressExposure) May 04, 2011 -- eRepair recently released a brand new innovative tool that helps users recover damaged data from PDF files. Recovery Toolbox for PDF uses a highly efficient proprietary engine which allows the end user to restore most or all of the data from damaged PDF files which otherwise might be irrecoverable using other methods.
Recovery Toolbox for PDF is designed for users of different experience levels from the novice user to intermediate and advanced level users. The software has a user friendly interface that automates the processes for recovering damaged data in PDF files. The full version of the software offers advanced settings that allow the user to handle a broader range of PDF files.
Users can download the demo version of Recovery Toolbox for PDF for free and give it a test drive and there is also a full version with additional options for commercial use. The process of recovering data requires minimal user interaction and involves simply selecting the file you want to recover, adjusting the software settings for page size, and then selecting a name and location for the output file.
Recovery Tool then analyzes the document to identify the objects that make up the structure and then automatically extracts the data and saves it to the output or destination file. Once the process is complete the software generates a report that provides a record of the time and date recovery was performed, the number of detected objects, path and name of both the source file and output file, and the number of objects recovered.
Portable Document Format is becoming the preferred standard for electronic documents. There are many ways that a PDF file can become damaged including connection errors on the Internet, encoding issues, hardware failures, viruses, and unexplained instances that can cause a PDF file to become corrupt. Recovery Toolbox solves this problem by providing an easy solution for recovering damaged data that saves time and money. It also allows users to quickly recover a seriously damaged file and does not require any special knowledge or expertise to use the software. If users are not satisfied with the results produced by Recovery Toolbox for PDF, they can send the damaged PDF file to eRepair for in-depth analysis.
eRepair is an independent software vendor that develops and distributes software that is designed to restore data from a variety of different programs. You can learn more about eRepair and Recovery Toolbox for PDF by visiting http://www.erepairpdf.com/