In an attractive user interface, the application is very simple and requires you to drop the files by dragging and dropping them so that you can start processing them. You can do this, or click the Submitted button to list the PDFs that you want to adjust. When you get it in the main window, you need to select a new file format for the PDF. RTF, local documents, Microsoft Word documents, and Microsoft Word DOCX are all options, not to mention selecting an output location is also easy.
Note that bulk conversions can be done, which saves a significant amount of time. The ability to retain all fonts, formatting, layouts, bullets, and tables to improve efficiency when converting PDF files to Word documents. Users can choose PDF documents to convert as needed, preferring to merge or split pages for PDF conversions. Supports multiple output file formats, including RTF, native documents, MS Word documents, and Ms DOCX. Provides users with the option to convert and return with a single key to encourage most output. The solution provides the ability to convert five Web pages without cost, and can even convert unrestricted pages with a paid license.
The billing option allows users to divide and merge PDF files. As you might expect, the WPS application uses the standard file format, so compatibility is not a problem. Although the WPS application may not have many different features than its Microsoft peers, there are certainly a number of options to choose from, as well as some neat additions that some users might like. WPS supports a small cloud storage system (1GB) that users can use to save and back up their files and to change access to them from other devices. Needless to say, 1GB is not overly excited, but again, given the fact that most document files are almost never over 1 Mb, a gigabyte should end up with enough temporary document backups.