Converting files to pdf

Converting files to pdf

Posted on Friday June 20, 2008 at 11:36AM

As many of you having begun embracing your new found website development skills, you may start to include various documents on your websites. The standard and easily accessible format for online documents is pdfs because everyone can open them by simply downloading Adobe Reader. Many of you may not have an Adobe converter installed on your computers; however, don’t fret, because you can convert your document to pdfs online. 

 
Try these two websites:
 
1) PDF Converter - This website offers conversion of many different file types. One downfall of the site is you can convert only 1 document per 30 minute interval. Browse for the file you would like to convert, input your email and once processed the website will send the converted file to your email address.
 
2) PDF Online - This website offers great conversion; however, does not include the file types for MS Office 2007. But you do not have to wait to convert several documents. Conversion works exactly like the site above and all converted files will come to your email.
 
If you have any questions about file conversion or would like assistance converting your files, please don't hesitate to contact Carmen either by phone or email.
 
 
 

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Posted on Sunday November 16, 2008 at 02:32PM by Clinton Boyda

Not always free

Hey,

It is wise to look into the "free" services offered. Often times you find you can only convert 1-2 pages, or every other page, etc.. before paying. There are many PDF converters out there that do require payment, but also offer extensive service options.

Posted on Tuesday January 13, 2009 at 09:10AM by PDF Woman

Not free

It's not always free. Usually they'll offer a trial version for 15 days with limited options and then charge you for added services.

Posted on Thursday February 24, 2011 at 02:30PM by DVR

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