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PEERNET File Conversion Center

by PEERNET

Platform(s): Win
License: Commercial

Application type: Desktop
Categories:
Creation & Conversion

Features

The File Conversion Center is a Microsoft Windows application that enables you to quickly and easily convert office documents, spreadsheets, web pages, PostScript files, and other popular file formats into image or PDF files. You can also use File Conversion Center to convert files from one image type to another. These files can be optimized for use in archiving, publishing, faxing, displaying on screen, or displaying in a web browser.

File Conversion Center features are integrated into both your desktop and your Windows Explorer application, enabling you to convert files and folders as easily as you would copy, paste, and delete them. Either right-click on a file or folder in Windows Explorer and select a conversion option, or drag and drop files and folders onto a desktop converter bin icon. The conversion begins processing in seconds.

You can use the File Conversion Center to convert files to various image formats, convert files to PDF format, print files to one or more printers, or both convert and print files at the same time. So, you can save your documents as image or PDF files for archival purposes and print your documents to your LaserJet printer at the same time.

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