Universal Document Converter v5.5 + Serial

An application that can convert any printable document (e.g. PDF, DOC, HTML) to graphics.
In order to access the tool, simply use the printing function supported by these type of documents. Once you press the "OK" button, you can specify the output location and name of the new file. Conversion will immediately start.
Before doing this though, you are probably interested in changing some settings. In "Properties" you can select the paper size, width, height, orientation, unit type and resolution.
But you can also pick the format of the output file (e.g. PDF, BMP, JPEG) and color depth, as well as enable Universal Document Converter to create a single-page file for each page, append all documents to the existing file, and more.
Additionally, you can configure options regarding cropping (e.g. automatically detect and crop borders) and resize (e.g. resize output image proportionally), as well as add watermarks (text label or picture).
On top of that, you can use a predefined location and file name, enable Universal Document Converter to open the folder or file in the default viewer, or to run a custom application after the task is done, create a log file, add a toolbar to Microsoft Office, and more. Settings can be saved.
The application uses a low-to-moderate amount of system resources, includes a step-by-step guide with snapshots along with a video presentation, and didn't cause me any difficulties during my tests. Images, tables and text layouts are generally well preserved in the output files.
In one case, Universal Document Converter didn't convert the header of a webpage (in a HTML-to-PDF conversion). But, even so, I highly recommend Universal Document Converter, since it can be easily used by individuals of any experience level and provides excellent results.
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