While OS X has a built-in PDF conversion utility, this can’t be said for Windows XP or 9x. In the past, when I have wanted to convert a document to PDF format, I have had pay for Adobe Acrobat. However, I have now noticed a relatively new and FREE PDF conversion utility for the PC called PrimoPDF. Download the free program, and it installs itself as a virtual print driver. Now you can convert just about any printable document to a PDF by pointing your print jobs to PrimoPDF instead of your printing device.
Download PrimoPDF here.
Thanks, Alec. A good thing to know. You might be interested in checking out another similar app entitled “PDFCreator” from http://sector7g.wurzel6.de/pdfcreator/index_en.htm
The advantage of this app is that it is GPL, and as such has been included in such packages as TheOpenCD.
Personally I only need to convert various documents to pdfs.
I use PDF Writer ( http://www.amicutilities.com/?v=pdf_converter ) and I’m quite satisfied with it.
I tried some free ones, but some lacked features while other ( like pdfonline ) imply a privacy risk, I don’t want to send my files to a site for conversion.
your description is so clearly that I want to have a try.and I do like to recommend one software that you can convert BMP, JPG, GIF, PNG, PCX, TGA, TIF, JPEG2000 and Adobe Photoshop PSD to BMP, TIF, TIFF, GIF, JPG,that is,
AVD Batch Converter,http://www.qweas.com/download/graphics/image_converters/avd_batch_converter.htm
have a good time!