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Solid Documents Releases Solid PDF to Word for Mac Version 1.3

This release includes Mountain Lion OSX support as well as various improvements to PDF to Word reconstruction, PDF to HTML conversion and optical character recognition (OCR).

Nelson, New Zealand—December 2, 2012—Solid Documents, a leading developer of document reconstruction and archiving software, today announced the release of version 1.3 of Solid PDF to Word for Mac.

"We are delighted to offer this free update of Solid PDF to Word to our Mac customers,” said Michael Cartwright, Founder, Solid Documents.

New with v1.3: Mountain Lion OSX support with continued support for OSX v10.6 and v10.7. Solid PDF to Word for Mac also includes better heading/style detection, table of contents reconstruction and hierarchical list reconstruction for PDF to Word and PDF to HTML.

System Requirements and Availability

System requirements for Solid PDF to Word for Mac include: Mac Computer with an Intel processor, Mac OS X v10.6, v10.7 and v10.8 and 150 MB of available hard disk space. For pricing information and to immediately download Solid PDF to Word for Mac, visit:

About Solid Documents:

Solid Documents is a leading developer of document reconstruction and archiving software. Hundreds of thousands of users and corporations around the globe have used its solutions to share, reconstruct and archive many types of documents including: legal documents, manuals, financial records, and more. Most often the converted document is easier to work with and in many cases better than the original. Solid Documents is customer focused and offers unlimited complimentary e-mail support to all registered customers. The company is privately held and headquartered in Nelson, New Zealand and can be found at


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