TOKYO (MacHouse) – When you work on something that you have never done before as a software developer, it’s possible that the current project will eventually reach a point where you have to abandone it. Oh, whoa… That’s what happened to me yesterday. Actually, I have a backup plan. Several hours ago, I submitted a simple application to Mac App Store, which I finished in some 8 hours. This new software title is called PDFSlashAll.
PDFSlashAll is a simple desktop application that lets you save every single page of your PDF document as a separate PDF file. So if your PDF document has 500 pages, then you will end up with 500 PDF files, each of which contains just one page.
- Save every page of a PDF document as a separate PDF file.
- There is no loss in quality because each PDF file that the application produces is a Quartz PDF document. That is, it’s resolution-independent unless the original document results from one or more bitmap images.
- Use a drop box to select and open a PDF file that is readily accessible.
- The application supports the retina screen. (tested with 2014 2.6 GHz 13″ MacBook Pro)
- The application does not support the fullscreen mode. And the application window is not resizable.
- Languages: English and Japanese only
- Application file size: 7.2 MB.
- The application comes with a complete user’s guide written in English. (Choose Help > User’s Guide.)
- The application comes with a 6-page introduction window, giving the user a quick tour over how it works.
- 10.8 (tested with 10.8.4), 10.9 (tested with 10.9.5), 10.10 (tested with 10.10.0)
- 64-bit system
- A PDF file that you select must not be password-locked as this application does not work password-protected documents.
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Application user’s guide is available (only in English). Click here to access it online.
Click here to download a trial version. This trial version will remain fully functional for 7 days, starting from the very moment you first launch it.
There is no video tutorial at this time.
PDFSlashAll is a product of MacHouse.
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