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PDF Converter Trial

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PDF Converter with simple one-click conversion

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If you are looking for a free trial for a PDF converter program, you’ve come to the right place. Often, free trials come and go for this kind of software. I don’t really understand that.

Why isn’t there a company which will just let you trial their software for 7 days or 10 days and then if you like it, (especially if it’s cheap) you’ll buy it and then continue to use it for converting to PDF?

But now I’ve come across Nuance PDF Converter. They do offer a trial of their software and I think you’ll be as pleased to be using it as I have been.

Aside from just being a great piece of converter software, here are some of the features I liked about Nuance’s PDF converter from their trial.

Nuance PDF Converter uses a search feature called “looks like”. This means that if a particular text “looks like” something in the document, you’ll have an easier time finding it. This is great for finding things like
• phone numbers
• e-mail addresses
• street addresses.

Nuance PDF Converter helps you to open PDF Files in your web browser.

Nuance PDF Converter does a great job (at least from the trial) of converting Microsoft Excel Spreadsheets. The program even lets you select just a small area to convert into PDF.

Nuance PDF Converter does a great job of combining multiple documents into one PDF. You use something called “Document Assembly Mode”, and it lets you preview what the output PDF will look like. It’s great because it’s drag-and-drop interface lets you trial what the finished PDF will look like before you actually do the conversion.

Those are some of the basics about PDF Converter from Nuance.

If you’re now even more interested to trial the software, use the link below.

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Get the Nuance PDF Converter Free Trial
PDF Converter with simple one-click conversion

http://www.identitytheftsecrets.com/trial-pdf-converter
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How Buying Gold Online Could Protect You Against Identity Theft

Buying gold online protects you against Identity Theft?

That may seem like a stretch, but stick with me here for a minute because I’m going to show you how identity thieves are at least partially to blame for the global economic crisis, and how buying gold can help you hedge your bets against this crime.  Also, identity thieves in chat forums online are talking A LOT right now about how they are using stolen money, YOUR money, to buy gold through various gold sellers online. Buying gold (and silver) gives them the best methods for preserving their plunder and converting it into something tangible that will hold it’s value. Even criminals think buying gold (online or wherever they can get their hands on gold) is a good idea right now.

Buying Gold onlineIdentity Thieves Are at least partially responsible for the financial meltdown. And this does tie into protecting yourself through an online account which lets you buy real, physical gold.

  • Leverage your money by putting it into gold and silver.
  • Buy Gold Bullion.
  • Gold at all-time high, and buying online makes it easy!

So seems to be a common theme in advertising over the past few months as the price of gold has reached for the stars.

And anyone who thinks that identity theft and the financial meltdown are separate from one another clearly hasn’t taken the brief moment it takes to connect the dots.

So let me help connect the dots between identity theft, financial meltdown, and how buying gold is still a good idea and an excellent way to protect at least some of your assets (and yourself) against identity theft. Continue reading How Buying Gold Online Could Protect You Against Identity Theft

Identity Theft Insurance – need or not?

News 12 out of Arizona ran an article talking about insurances you don’t need. On their list was Identity Theft Insurance. They say that Identity Theft Insurance “does not include unauthorized charges or funds siphoned from accounts.” What they recommend you do instead is check your credit reports regularly.
And yet, the federal government has now authorized blanket purchase agreements to two credit bureaus (Equifax and Experian), Bearak Reports, and a company called “Identity Force”, to provide policies, using taxpayer dollars, to people whose information is stolen from agencies of the Federal Government.

Continue reading Identity Theft Insurance – need or not?