jWordConvert 2.0 converts all Word file formats to PDF in Java

October 25, 2011 – Qoppa Software, a leading provider of PDF solutions, is pleased to announce jWordConvert™ 2.0, the new release of their Microsoft® Word® to PDF document conversion software. In addition to supporting MS Word 97-2003 files (.doc), jWordConvert now supports converting MS Word 2007-10 files (.docx files) to PDF.

“Based on customer demand, we added support for the latest Microsoft Word format in our java conversion library, jWordConvert. Since Word 2007 format is so different from the previous format, we developed a whole new rendering engine. jWordConvert can now process any Word file whether its format is .doc or .docx. Customer feedback indicates that jWordConvert is outstanding in its reliability and ease of deployment. Qoppa will also incorporate these conversion capabilities into our desktop editor PDF Studio, and PDF Automation Server our workflow solution.” says Gerald Holmann, President of Qoppa Software.

jWordConvert is a Java library for integration by developers into their Java applications on the server or client side. The library runs on all platforms including Windows, Linux, Unix, Solaris and Mac, is self-contained and requires no third party software. jWordConvert can read and render Word files natively to convert to PDF, to convert to images, or to print the documents automatically. Resulting PDF documents can be protected with permissions and passwords for added security. The new version 2.0 also adds the ability to convert and merge multiple Word files into a single PDF document in one step.

About Qoppa Software:

Qoppa Software specializes in the development of multi-platform high-end libraries and applications to work with PDF documents. Qoppa Software offers a suite of products that cover every aspect of PDF processes and integrate seamlessly into document workflows, including end-user, server and PDF library products. Qoppa’s products are carefully designed and developed to provide the highest level of performance and reliability.

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