Users of FolderMill now can convert AutoCAD DWG, DXF and Solidworks documents to PDF, JPG, TIFF, or PNG formats. It was made possible by using FolderMill in combination with the virtual printer Universal Document Converter.
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Although Microsoft Windows 10 is expected to be released in late 2015, Universal Document Converter 6.5 is ready for the upcoming platform compatibility challenges!
Let us describe two options for converting PDF to JPG in batch mode. The first one is by using Adobe Reader in combination with a virtual printer. The second option implies the use of the command line by means of the 2JPEG software.
fCoder Group, Inc. has released the updated version of Universal Document Converter – version 6.4. Among the innovations announced is the totally redesigned PDF creator engine which produces searchable PDF files much faster.
Universal Document Converter 6.3 makes it possible to convert documents of any types to JPEG, TIFF, or PNG image formats. Another option that is included is conversion of documents to PDF. The documents that can be processed include presentations, diagrams, charts, drawings, etc.
Conversion of documents to the PDF format is a frequent necessity, and practically every software that is utilized to create different types of documents and presentations enables the users to do so. But what if the document needs to be converted to an image saved in JPG or TIFF format?
What you need to do is to write a short essay about Universal Document Converter on your own blog and send us a link to the publication.
Sharing XPS documents between Windows computers is easy. But what if your customer works on Mac or prefers to check email on iPad? Both of these devices don’t have preinstalled software to open XPS files. But both of them can open PDF and JPG!
fCoder Group has released a new version of Universal Document Converter – version 6.2. There are several innovations introduced, one of which is the ability to convert color documents into black-and-white images.
fCoder Group has announced the release of the 2Printer software. The program is a command line tool that has been designed for printing documents, worksheets, PDF files, presentations, drawings and images automatically and in batch mode.
fCoder Group announced the release of Universal Document Converter 6.1. Thanks to the optimization of the data compression algorithm, the size of searchable PDF files created becomes significantly smaller.
fCoder Group, Inc. announced the release of Universal Document Converter 6.0. With the updated version of Universal Document Converter customers are able to convert any types of documents into image files or save them as searchable PDFs.
Did you know that the PDF is turning 20 this year? PDF has undergone various modifications and updates since its invention in the early 1990s. We invite you to join us in celebrating the 20th birthday of PDF. And we have a little gift for you – you will find it at the end of this article :-)
fCoder Group, Inc. presents Universal Document Converter 5.8. This new version is compatible with Microsoft Windows 8.1 and contains several fixes as requested by customers.
fCoder Group presents Universal Document Converter 5.7. The new version of the program features numerous fixes and enhancements suggested by users.
fCoder Group has released Universal Document Converter 5.6. This new version can be shared in a Citrix environment and includes several improvements requested by customers.
Huffman coding can be used to compress all sorts of data. It is an entropy-based algorithm that relies on an analysis of the frequency of symbols in an array.
This article focuses on PACKBITS, a lossless data compression technique.
fCoder Group is introducing Universal Document Converter 5.5. This new version is compatible with Microsoft Office 2013. It also contains several improvements as requested by customers.
Online services are technology of the future. The advantages are obvious, but there are some pitfalls which will try to describe below. So, does that make sense to change regular software for the free online service?