Accurate comparisons of PDF, Word, Excel, PowerPoint files
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Comparisons don't use the internet. Documents never leave your computer.
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Compare Across Formats
You can compare PDFs with Word/PowerPoint, and even Word with PowerPoint. Every combination works.
Comparisons Take Seconds
Our technical developments mean that even 300+ page documents take just seconds to compare.
Never Miss a Change
Draftable Compare highlights every single change, so you'll never miss one.
Unlike redline comparisons, we show documents with their original formatting as they'll print.
Our comparisons are easy to understand and use, thanks to our aligned-scrolling technology.
Your documents are never changed. Your documents never leave your computer.
What People Say
I use Draftable to double-check almost everything I send to clients. Comparisons makes it easy to see what my team has changed, without having to read the whole document again.
Draftable's also useful for giving feedback. Whenever I need to fix someone's work, I send them a comparison to show them what I changed. This helps my team produce documents that are closer to client-ready.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What file formats can I compare?
PDF (.pdf), Word (.doc, .docx, .docm, .rtf), PowerPoint (.ppt, .pptx, .pptm), and Excel (.xls, .xlsx, .xlsm, .csv) files can be compared.
How does comparing Excel spreadsheets work?
By default, changes in content that are visible when the spreadsheet is viewed or printed will be highlighted.
If you have Office 2013, Office 2016 or Office 365, you can also use Draftable to compare spreadsheets cell-by-cell, which will show you when formulas have changed as well.
Can I compare different file formats with each other?
Yes, you can compare any two files, even if they have different formats.
What changes does Draftable show?
Draftable highlights all changes in the text, but not changes in formatting and images. Changes in graphics, fonts, text styling, table cell splits/merges, and so on, are not indicated. In practice, changes in formatting are easy to see in the side-by-side view.
Does Draftable Compare handle password-protected documents?
Yes. Just enter the password when prompted.
Privacy and Security
If I use Draftable Compare, are my documents sent to your servers?
No. Your documents are not shared with us. All processing is done on your computer, so it's okay to use Draftable on confidential documents.
Will Draftable change my documents?
No. Draftable never changes your documents.
How does the trial compare to the full version?
The trial is exactly the same as the full version. For 14 days, you'll be able to try out all the features that a paid license has, without restrictions.
How do licenses work?
Draftable Compare is sold via an annual subscription license, which includes all updates released during the subscription period. Each license allows a single user to use Draftable Compare on up to two computers.
How much does Draftable Compare cost?
$129 per user per year.
What is your support policy?
Draftable Compare comes with email support on a best efforts basis. (We normally respond within a day.) If you require assured support, please contact us at email@example.com to purchase a support contract.
What is your refund policy?
Licenses are non-refundable. You can download a fully-functional trial for 14 days before you purchase a license.
What are the system requirements for Draftable Compare?
Draftable Compare requires Windows 7+. Comparing Word, PowerPoint, and Excel documents requires Office 2007+.
To compare Excel spreadsheets for formula changes, you need Office 2013+ or Office 365.
Does Draftable Compare work on Macs?
No. You can still use our online tool though.