Image to PDF Converter
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Image to PDF Converter creates PDF documents from image files that you select. Simply drag and drop your images and photos into the application, and click |Create PDF| button to generate the PDF document. If you want to change the page sequence, simply click the Move Up or Move Down buttons, or drag the image path and drop to the correct row.
With Image to PDF Converter, You can easily produce PDF eBooks from image materials, create PDF contract from scanned images & photos, merge pdf documents into one.
Formats Supported: JPG (JPEG), TIFF (TIF), BMP, PNG, GIF, PDF, GIF.
What's New in Version 4.0
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No good. I explain why...
Ok, it can convert an image to a PDF. But why on EARTH does it only do it at letter size?! Just felt like it? Never thought about screen view? Prezos? Sadly, this app is a waste of time and money.
No preference options at all? No option to make each pdf page in a deck the respective size of each image being processed? You know, so it shows up on ‘a screen’ properly when viewing or presenting it? Sigh.
If you want to solve your customer’s challenges, you need to think like them.
5 minutes ago, when I discovered this fatal flaw I realized that you weren’t thinking at all about how your tool applies to my real-world situations. I’m talking about making a PDF deck that can be viewed on screens, NOT printed on letter-sized paper. Honestly, PDF is an electronic format after all. How was this missed? All I have here is a little portrait-shaped white rectangle with an even smaller image stuck in the center of it. It’s sad, just sad.
Reluctantly, I paid for yet another app that I can’t use. An app that doesn’t help me at all. I’m so sick of half-a$sed apps.
- Category: Utilities
- Updated: Mar 21, 2014
- Version: 4.0
- Size: 0.7 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Xu Danny
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Compatibility: OS X 10.7 or later, 64-bit processor