Axpertsoft Booklet to Normal Pdf is a user-friendly application that can come in handy should you find yourself in the need to convert booklets into regular Portable Document Format files.
Basic yet well-structured GUI
The utility displays a minimalistic, yet very practical user interface, thus posing little usage difficulty, even if your experience in working with computers is limited.
The main window comprises all the configuration options in one compact location, sparing you from having to look for hidden functions or features.
Swiftly convert your PDF booklets to one-page files
Since drag and drop actions are not supported by Axpertsoft Booklet to Normal Pdf, in order to load your document, you will need to browse through your PC and open it manually. Bear in mind that batch processing is not supported, meaning multiple items will need to be converted one by one.
After having added your file into the program, the output location and name are automatically generated, but you have the possibility of customizing them. From a dedicated menu, you can choose the PDF page size, such as A4, A5, A10, B0, ISOB5, C1, Letter, Tabloid, and others.
Moreover, Axpertsoft Booklet to Normal Pdf enables you to pick the page style for your source file, not just ‘Booklet’, but also ‘2-UP’, ‘Side by Side Duplicate’ or ‘2 X 1/2n’. Optionally, you can delete a specific page from the document, for instance those that are empty. Finally, you can press ‘Start’ and a popup dialog informs you when the task is complete.
An intuitive tool for turning double-page PDFs to regular files
All things considered, Axpertsoft Booklet to Normal Pdf proves to be a useful and effective piece of software that can successfully assist you in converting PDF booklets into one-page files, in little to no time.
Axpertsoft Booklet to Normal Pdf is a lightweight program which functions as a reverse tool of AxpertSoft Pdf Booklet Creator.
It converts booklet PDF files back to normal PDF format, having one page imposition per page. A PDF booklet contains two pages imposed over a single page to create a book by printing it on papers.