I recently downloaded the demo version of ByteScout’s PDF text extractor. For most PDF files I tried, the software worked well. Unfortunately, for a series of PDFs central to my application, the PDF author had encoded the files in such a way that the text could not be extracted, so in the end, I couldn’t use the product. But while the ByteScout support agent and I were working through the issue, his attempts to help were simply outstanding. I never waited more than a day or so for a response to an email, and the responses were very detailed, helpful and easy to understand. He provided the kind of support that used to be the standard years ago but that you very seldom get from a vendor today. He even helped me find a workaround that let me accomplish my goals, even though it didn’t require me to purchase his product. If I ever need another product from ByteScout’s offerings, I won’t hesitate to try it based on the support I know I’ll get. — Alan Holbrook
ByteScout Synonyms Finder for desktop includes an extensive base of synonyms for any occasion. Create your unique works using our rich synonyms database. If you need the tool for commercial purposes, check Synonyms Finder Business Version.
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Synonyms and antonyms are an essential element of grammar that every person should understand. Synonyms and antonyms help improve grammar and the overall text, tweaking the worded document until it glistens with professionality, grammar-correctness, and fluidity. A good text is understandable, while an excellent one is felt and heard. Synonyms and antonyms give that extra buff to written works to avoid word repetition and dullness.
Lexicography is basically the theory of dictionary making. Certain theorists believe that synonyms cannot have the exact same definition because of differing phonic qualities or usage, along with orthography and etymology. A combination of those factors will result in a unique term, that could mean the same, but maybe more for formal conversation for example. Some synonyms are also not to be used interchangeably because it would not make sense in the written phrase.
One of them is metonymy and it refers to a word or phrase that can specify a certain branch or area, for example, the White House. Other types include, but are not limited to: homophones, hypernyms, homonyms, and homographs. Synonyms can also take on any part of speech! That means you can use synonyms as verbs, adjectives, adverbs, and prepositions. Synonyms derive from a mixture of different languages, eras, and cultures.