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  1. For years, I had thought that PDF meant Adobe. Not any more! Also, the “Cloud” is the “emperor’s new clothes” of the IT world and I will never trust it. I don’t want to depend on Internet connectivity to use my computers/software. Nuance PDF Standard gives me what I used to pay too much for from Adobe (Adobe Acrobat Professional)… and I can get it as a stand alone app that doesn’t depend on the Cloud. As the word spreads, I can see Adobe losing their market share when end users discover that they can get more functionalities for a lower cost… and no cloud.

  2. I used to have the Adobe product that could create forms, sign, redact, etc., on my work computer but I retired recently and knew I couldn’t live without that ability. I was not 100% optimistic on using anything but Adobe, however, Power PDF Standard 2.0 has met every one of my expectations and then some. I’m unsure why folks were confused with some of the controls; I must have found them intuitive because I have no complaints on that part (but recall reading about issues). I’m SUPER impressed with the capabilities of this program. It does everything my old Adobe did and more (don’t recall Adobe being able to break up or merge pages for me). My stupid scanner (guess I need a new one!?) only scans one page at a time so I ended up recently with 6 files for one document. I tried to merge feature with Power PDF and OMGosh, how simple it was to use and it worked PERFECTLY. Yes, very impressed and for the price compared to Adobe, this is a steal!! Buy it, you won’t regret it!

  3. What the heck happened to Nuance’s Power PDF?? I have used this product for years. It has always been incredibly easy to use, and very accurate. I changed my computer and couldn’t find the original disc, so I had to rebuy the product. I couldn’t wait to use it, since it has been “upgraded” and “improved”; plus, I had loads of PDF files that I needed to convert and sign. WHAT AN UNPLEASANT SURPRISE. This version was overly complicated, non-intuitive (despite the fact that I was quite facile with the program from earlier versions) and – most of all – miserable at converting a simple PDF to a Word file. All the formatting was off and the OCR lousy. I don’t understand how a product can be degraded so badly. I would have endorsed the old product wholeheartedly. I advise against using this 2.0 product equally wholeheartedly. Shame on you Nuance.

  4. I would have given this 5 stars but for two reasons. 1: cannot register it. it errors out on the web site. 2: i try to go on the web site and any place it directs you does not come up. there is no way i can contact either by email or phone to address this issue. you cannot activate the product. it has been like this for 1-1/2 weeks trying every day to get it registered. until im able to activate the product i don’t plan on changing my rating. DO NOT BUY till they fix this issue.UPDATE:it took 2-1/2 weeks to get this product activated. i moved it up 2 stars. when i got it activated.PRO:1: program is a good one in itself. if i rated it alone it would be 4-1/2 stars. it contains features like indexing and creating catalog index’s likes adobe’s full blown version for the fraction of the price. the major issues i have with it is in the CON section.CON:1: it took 2-1/2 weeks to get it activated. the web site had no way to go in and manually activate it. the links all crashed when selected. when i contacted by phone all i got is a prerecorded message saying that activation was not available.2: Service from this company, in my experience is rated 1 star. If i could go lower i would.

  5. Near 5 stars, but not there yet. I heard about Power PDF on radio for a couple of years, but hesitated to buy. Then I saw reviews on Amazon about only getting a disc without a box and having difficulty installing, and hesitated again. Finally, ordered. Yes, I received a disc without a box. I’m not a computer geek, but I know enough to put a disc in the disc drive and wait for an installation dialogue box to come up. That’s what happened. I followed the steps, and the software installed with no problems on my core i5 7th generation (kaby lake) laptop with 12 gb ram. I found the module listed on the start menu and it booted right up when I clicked it. I began to explore the task bar – very straightforward, with a search box that makes finding tools easy. Also provides a help button with choices for local or web based information. Within minutes I was able to open a non-searchable pdf, convert it to word, convert it back to pdf, and make that pdf searchable. Figuring out redaction took a bit longer, but not much. So, why not 5 stars? For one thing, it would be helpful to have a manual that could be printed out for us older folks and for those who simply like to sit around and study how a software module works. I would also like to be able to highlight text without having the comment feature attached to the highlighting. These are picky things that others may not find a problem. Considering that I paid in the $115 range for this software instead of $499 or something similar for the professional acrobat, I am pleased.

  6. I’ve used Nuance Power pdf Standard Version One for a few years and just replaced it with Advanced Version 2 (actually 2.1) Main reason is that I plan to convert many HTML web pages to searchable pdf documents. My web pages being varying lengths, this poses a real challenge. Advanced 2 says it can help me do this.Here’s an example of a recent project. Had a pdf created by scanning from an old, long out-of-print 120 page book. First, I created a two page introduction in word processing and saved it as a pdf document. Then I prepended (put in front) the new pages. But page 99 was out of sequence, so removed it and re-inserted it in the correct place. Then with one click I made the scanned text searchable. (This software should let me edit the resulting text and resolve any problems.) I also created a clickable table of contents. If chapter 6 started at page 80, one click and you were at page 80.BTW this is Windows software: Windows 7 Service Pack 1 through Windows 10.I received a CD with a serial number and nothing else. It was scary, but when I was done I activated it with the serial number. No way was I going to pay $180 a year for Adobe’s product.

  7. I’ve used Quicken ever since Money went away, and this 2018 solidifies that I will not buy another Quicken product in the future. Moving to a subscription service was the first things that turned me off. That could have been forgiven if the new version was great, but it is not. The entire visual of the program is poor — nothing is crisp, it looks like a piece of clip art that you’ve enlarged too many times. The icon itself looks like something carried over from a DOS system, and now that I think of it, the entire appearance is that of a video game from the 80s. You can’t adjust the row size for the transactions either — I used to be able to view about 10 at a time on the screen, now it’s just 5. They couldn’t even do a normal circle graph for the spending tracker… it’s this weird colored circle thing.The only positive thing I can say about it is that the net worth tracker is easier to read. I’m honestly really upset that I bought the download rather that the disc because I can’t return it this way.And for the record, I am a very average user, not someone who nit-picks about every little capability. I’m not complaining to be contrary, this is truly not worth the money.

  8. I was hoping that the newer version was better than the old version I had that was no longer supported. It was not. Still quirky and jerky. I hate what has become of Quicken. Use to be a great product. If you have 16 don’t waste your money. No changes, just facelift.

  9. I was perfectly content using Quicken 2015. It had all of the features I needed and worked reliably. To force users to upgrade, Quicken is expiring all connected services (i.e., transaction downloads) on April 30, 2018. Rather than wait to the last minute, I decided to bite the bullet and do the upgrade. I should add that this is not simply an upgrade, Quicken is now a subscription service. In other words, Quicken has found a way not only to force me to upgrade, but to keep paying them money on a regular basis. As a person who has been using Quicken for more that 20 years, I am less than thrilled with their decision to do this. I for one will certainly be looking for alternatives prior to the expiration of my prepaid subscription.Moving on to a review of the product itself, I cannot say that “I’m impressed” or that “it’s worth it!”. Far from it, on the very first launch of Quicken 2018, the program crashed! I will add that though they do seem to have crash reporting, I never received any type of message or anything from Quicken Support telling me that they are investigating the issue (nor did I really expect that). Upon the second launch, it thankfully did not crash. I even ran a data integrity check which passed, so it did not corrupt my data. Subsequent launches have been fine too.I often run Quicken through a Remote Desktop connection. When Quicken 2018 launches, I see a random bit pattern flash across the screen (something not seen under Quicken 2015). I see the same when sizing the main window larger. As a programmer, getting this right is one of the easiest things to do and an obvious sort of bug that QA would love to write up. Given that this has not yet been fixed makes me question both the Development and QA staff their at Quicken.One of my favorite views in older versions of Quicken is the Calendar View. When I first upgraded to Quicken 2018 a few weeks ago, the Calendar View did not even exist! Thankfully though, they added this back about a week ago. Without the Calendar View, I would have dropped my review to 2 Stars!Speaking of missing features, Quicken 2018 seems to have no sounds whatsoever. For years and years as a Quicken user, I’ve grown accustomed to hearing it play a “dah-Dah-DAH” startup sound. Well, that’s gone. Moreover, the cash register “cha-ching” noise played with each saved transaction is also gone. All we have now is the sound of silence. Boring!The good news though is that most of the features that we all love and rely upon from older versions of Quicken are thankfully preserved in this version of Quicken. I’m still not happy that I had to upgrade and I’m actually quite upset about the new subscription model, but until I can find a suitable replacement, Quicken is still about the only game in town.

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