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Review: Doxillion converts many file types successfully

Convert PDFs, DOCs, DOCXs, HTML, RTF, XML, TXT, and a variety of other types of files to different file formats using Doxillion Free Mac Document Converter for Mac.

While many file converters have a clunky feel, Doxillion Free Mac Document Converter for Mac provides an easy-to-follow user interface that allows you to complete document conversions quickly. The application easily converts file types such as DOC, DOCX, ODT, and PDF to other file formats. However, the files tend to have spacing and alignment issues once converted.

Installation of Doxillion Free Mac Document Converter for Mac takes less than a minute. During the installation you will be offered to install some additional software from the same developer as well as some toolbars, which you can easily dismiss. Once installed, the software requires no additional setup. Large, intuitive buttons, such as Add File, Add Folder, Select All, Remove, and Convert make finding your way around the app easy enough, and you will be converting files in no time. To easily add items to the converter's folder the user just needs to click on the Add button. This allows the user to browse their available computer files and make a selection. Multiple files can be selected and converted at the same time, adding a level of convenience. Before a conversion is made the user selects an output folder, as well as a desired output format by adjusting settings at the bottom of the screen. Once the proper settings are in place, the user can click on the Convert button and the file will be converted in a matter of seconds. While the converter works well, we found that converting PDF files to DOCX, and vice versa, resulted in spacing and alignment problems with the text.

Doxillion Free Mac Document Converter for Mac shows a lot of promise when it comes to file converting. However, the current spacing and alignment issues prevent us from fully recommending this software to users who expect the converted document's formatting to match the original.

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