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fdf-Converter is a desktop application which creates CSV files from your PDF form data, and gives you and your company the ability to quickly turn your useless data into a data mine (like Excel, Access) of valuable information. You simply have to select a FDF or PDF file or directory with unlimited numbers of FDF or PDF files and fdf-Converter will convert all of them to CSV file format. With some few clicks you select an unlimited number of FDF or PDF files graphically and organize data import to one single file.
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