Convert Word Document To PDF Keeping Properties

Softplicity has released a new version of popular Total Word Converter. Now everybody can convert Word document to PDF in 3 clicks and keep the properties of the source document.

Document properties like author, creator, title, keywords, and subject are very important. They make searching among thousands of files fast. Lawyers, doctors, managers, and teachers everybody uses Word files in their work. And all of them end up with hundreds of Word files. As PDF is a de-facto standard of all digital papers people have to convert Word document to PDF. Its crucial to transfer all the properties of source Word files to the output PDF file. New Total Word Converter pays additional attention to this. It guarantees that all properties will be preserved.

Total Word Converter is very flexible in handling. Users can convert Word documents via transparent user interface or command line. The program integrates into Windows menu. Thanks to this option users can convert Word files right from the desktop. That is very convenient and time-saving. New users are welcome to try the free evaluation version before the purchase. To learn more about this most powerful Word PDF Converter visit

Pricing and Availability

Total Word Converter runs under Windows 98, Me, NT, 2000, XP, Vista, and 7 and costs $49.90 (USD) for a single-user license. More information on the product as well as its free evaluation version can be found at

About Softplicity

Founded in 1998, Softplicity is a software development company which has gathered together a range of high-class professionals with wide experience and expertise. Throughout a decade, Softplicity has successfully brought promptness, quality and easiness to the routine work of its customers who need to convert audio, video or other files. Whether you need to convert Word document to PDF or combine TIFF files Softplicity has the right tool to offer you from more than 40 applications which significantly ease up the routine of both professional web-designers and ordinary users. To get more information, visit #