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PDF Page Counter Deluxe 3.3 for Windows

by Sherrod Computers, Inc.

Avg. Rating 1.7 (6 votes)

File Details

File Size 1.2 MB
License Shareware, $60.00
Operating System Windows 2000/9x/Server 2003/XP
Date Added
Total Downloads 613
Publisher Sherrod Computers, Inc.
Homepage PDF Page Counter Deluxe

Publisher's Description

PDF Page Counter Deluxe will return the page count of PDF files. This package includes a DLL file that can be included in virtually any Windows program and even web sites (using the COM feature). It also has a graphical program that uses the DLL file so you can create lists of PDF files and their page counts, it has a command line option so you can schedule PDF counts to occur on specified directories (and will recurse subdirectories).

Latest Reviews

Tokar

Tokar reviewed v3.3 on May 16, 2005

is it so hard to open a PDF in your favorite reader program and read the number of pages at the bottom of the screen?

FoxItPDF Reader and Adobe Reader by default show the page numbers at the bottom, and have the column on the left to left you click on individual pages to jump to them.

Unless you are COMPLETELY strapped for resources, like, running a 100 MHz processor or something, why the hell would anyone need to pay $60 for something Adobe Reader and FoxItPDF Reader do for free?

Its beyond me why people create such dumb programs...

Ruffus2000

Ruffus2000 reviewed v3.3 on May 9, 2005

A Page Counter, is an needful thing. :) :) :)

yamaneko

yamaneko reviewed v3.3 on May 9, 2005

$60.00 for this kind of program? Who need it so badly?

Avg. Rating 1.7 (6 votes)
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Tokar

Tokar reviewed v3.3 on May 16, 2005

is it so hard to open a PDF in your favorite reader program and read the number of pages at the bottom of the screen?

FoxItPDF Reader and Adobe Reader by default show the page numbers at the bottom, and have the column on the left to left you click on individual pages to jump to them.

Unless you are COMPLETELY strapped for resources, like, running a 100 MHz processor or something, why the hell would anyone need to pay $60 for something Adobe Reader and FoxItPDF Reader do for free?

Its beyond me why people create such dumb programs...

Ruffus2000

Ruffus2000 reviewed v3.3 on May 9, 2005

A Page Counter, is an needful thing. :) :) :)

yamaneko

yamaneko reviewed v3.3 on May 9, 2005

$60.00 for this kind of program? Who need it so badly?

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