Phone Number Extractor Files 5.1
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Seamless setup and well-organized interface
The installation process is a piece of cake, as no unpleasant surprises are included and it is over in a few minutes. The GUI you are met with presents a pretty well-structured design, as it contains a menu bar, several buttons and a few panes in which to display results, files uploaded and several options.
Help contents and a video tutorial are provided by the developers, thus making sure that both power and novice users can get around it, without facing difficulties.
Import and export capabilities
This application enables you to look for phone numbers in several different types of files, including DOC, DOCX, DOT, XLS, PPT, HTML, ASP, PHP, TXT, INI, RTF, CSV, LOG, XML, PDF and XLT. These can only be uploaded with the help of a file browser, as the “drag and drop” feature is not supported. Once all phone numbers have been extracted, you can easily save them to the hard drive using a CSV or TXT format.
Filtering results and tweaking other settings
It is possible to add an array of filters so as to exclude or keep particular numbers starting or ending with a digit or which includes a user-input number of digits. Aside from that, it is possible to tweak further search parameters, such as removing duplicates, looking in text frame, header, footer, end notes, foot notes, comments and master slides.
To sum up, Phone Number Extractor Files is a pretty simple, yet efficient piece of software for those interested in extracting only numbers from several documents. It runs quite smooth, without popping up errors, hanging or freezing and without putting a strain on the computer’s performance. The interface is accessible to all users and the import capabilities are quite impressive.
Phone Number Extractor Files was reviewed by Madalina Boboc, last updated on June 10th, 2014
Runs on: Windows 2K / XP / Vista / 7 / 2003
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