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Thanks to an intuitive user interface, working with PDF2DTP couldn't be easier, and to get started, all you need to do is navigate to "Convert PDF Files" in the program, and the select the PDF or Illustrator file that you want to convert. It doesn't matter where the source files were created or which program they were created in due to the fact that PDF2DTP works with absolutely all PDF files. It will include all of the intricate details in the output, including fonts, colours, images and all other formatting and content elements. Simply put, none of the important information or formatting will be lost during the conversion process, allowing you to get right back to working on the project as though you had direct access to all of the source files again. Additionally, you'll be able to choose which elements to grab from the PDF or Illustrator source files through the program preferences window, and as you'll see, there are many options to choose from covering just about every on-page element that you can think of. It takes a matter of seconds to convert most files, even if you want to convert all elements of the source file.
PDF2DTP is available through either a 12-month or permanent subscription model, and there are two versions available including one for users of Adobe InDesign and another for users of QuarkXPress. Subscriptions start at $199 per year.