AZ PNG to PDF Converter

Posted by download in Other, Software on 30-12-2009

Application details

AZ PNG to PDF Converter is an affordable and easy-to-use application allows you to convert various image formats, such as PNG to PDF file. The maximum number of images in the conversion task can reach 2000. The application allows you to specify all detailed parameters of conversion, or you can also let the software setup them automatically. You may add bookmarks, image stamps, clickable watermark (LOGO), and change many PDF viewer preference (Slide Show, Hide Toolbar, Full Screen...), etc. AZ PNG to PDF Converter makes PDF documents independently - on the other word, Adobe Acrobat is NOT required. Free download the easiEST image to PDF converter around the world and it will be one of your best partners. Features of AZ PNG to PDF Converter: Supports PNG formats. Combines multiple directories and images (2000 maximum) into one PDF file. Create full screen PDF slide show. Add Bates Number, Page Number, Date, etc. Supports to extract OCR'd text from TIFF images. Supports multi-page TIFF and animated GIF images. Automatically size PDF pages to image or scale image to fit fixed page size. Convert WMF and EMF images into native PDF documents (Optional). Add clickable (to URL) image stamps. Add bookmarks. Password protection for PDF files with 40 or 128 bit encryption. Set PDF permissions to restrict printing, copying and modification. Convert images from color to grayscale. Negative images. Flip images (horizontally/vertically). Rotate images for portrait or landscape orientation. Set Border Between image and edge of the PDF page. Set PDF meta information (author, title, subject, keywords, creator, producer, creation date). Set preferred PDF viewer options (e.g. center window, hide toolbar, hide menu bar, etc.). Auto Open output PDF File when the conversion is completed. Doesn't need Adobe Acrobat software. Adopt the most effective compression technique. Directories and images can be dragged from Windows Explorer directly.




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