Customer Reviews

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B.B.
My judgement of pdf2cad

I was first converting PDF's to insert into AutoCAD to trace over. I then discovered your pdf2cad to break down the PDF's into drawing elements (lines). I found that the line breakdown was mostly to small to be directly usable in most cases -- somewhat useful in certain cases. I may purchase, but I'm still trying to determine the value to me and how often I will need it. When must I decide and what is the cost and period of use?

Robert (Bob) K. Brown

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V.S.
Old and New Electrical pdf

This program works great with old and new pdf files. On some files it will give the correct Layers.

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L.A.H.
pdf2cad

I feel the software is great! Only issue was when it converted it did not convert the layers as indicated on the web site

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L.S.
The best i tried

I tried a few of these PDF to CAD converters and none worked as well as pdf2cad. It was fast, accurate and pretty much perfect. I could even edit the text which surprised me. Don't compromise with an all-in-one program or a cheapie. If you want really accurate results, use this. The support is great too...

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B.T.
Works Good

pdf2CAD works great to convert vector pdf's to dxf, but I needed to convert raster pdf's also. Scan2CAD converts raster to vector then to dxf, so that covered everything I needed. I had to go with Scan2CAD even though it cost more. You get more! You don't need the bundle, since version 8 all you need is Scan2CAD.

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