We produce monthly reports that go out to exec members of the organization. These reports are produced in Excel and all the results are collaborated on a slide deck with spend analysis and information. We use the Universal Document Converter to copy the analysis to the slide deck. Before the Universal Document Converter the total file size of the slide decks were huge. Now using the Universal Document Converter we can get the file size down half as much…which is much better when sending out to a long list of execs within the organization as they do not appreciate large files in their mailboxes!
As Account Executive Manager of the Public sector in Brussels (Belgium), I make frequent proposal in order to answer important calls related to tenders . In preparation of our proposal documents I use Universal Document Converter to generate JPG files from pdf documents or MS PowerPoint presentations. My objective is to insert the generated JPG files into our documents saved in MS Word. The result is nice and the tool is very easy to use. It gives the documents a very professional look and makes them of very high quality.
We opted finally for Universal Document Converter because it could be controlled by VB, had a typical interface of any other printer, and appeared excellent value. So with the help of Universal Document Converter coding samples, and from sites on Office Automation, we found even a non-programmer (such as me!) could write the VBA code and integrate the modules into MS Word normal.dot and Outlook macros.
We send out hundreds of emails weekly. In the past we had to send attachments that most people wouldn’t open. With your product we just make a .jpg and paste it in the body of the email. Works and looks fantastic!
In our department we are creating documents with Microsoft Access and Microsoft Visio. In the past we had first to print these documents from the both applications and then to scan them to TIFF format for archiving. Now we are using Universal Document Converter, which enables us to save a lot of time and paper. Furthermore, this software is able to generate one multipage TIFF file from the both applications.
We use the Universal Document Converter software to image over 2000 documents a day for use with a high volume website. In approximately 7 months of solid 4 hours a day usage, it has not failed once. We are an extremely satisfied customer. The price/features ratio is a knockout.
We use Universal Document Converter to convert PDF files which we receive in the Outlook on the Citrix Server. We have to convert the files to JPEG, because our ERP System cannot handle PDF files.
Often CAD software packages, although great for design, do not have lots of options for printing and file conversion. We found that we could not always produce copies of our designs that could easily be printed, incorporated into documents or sent to clients, who don’t use CAD, for design review. Universal Document Converter has eliminated those problems.
We have been using the Universal Document Converter for the past six months. It enables us to easily create TIFF documents from PDF files. The graphics conversions work very well. The Universal Document Converter was easy to install, runs quickly, and is very reliable. The option settings and stored profiles enable us to conveniently change the output format and resolution, which gives us greater flexibility when creating TIFF files. Early in our usage, we found a minor technical issue that did not function as expected. fCoder Group, Inc. support was very responsive, quickly fixed the issue and provided us with an update.
I find Universal Document Converter a very useful tool that is simple, well presented, and extremely easy to use
Universal Document Converter makes it easy for me to generate the plots from a Time-Series Management software tool (TIDEDA) using its standard print function. Since Universal Document Converter appears as another Printer Device in the Windows Printers Dialog, I only need to specify this as the output device.
I have been very happy with Universal Document Converter as it has solved many of the problems that we experience as a printing bureau when dealing with the public. We have successfully used your program to print large posters from Microsoft PowerPoint, Word and Excel to name but a few and we use it often to rasterise parts of documents supplied to us. It is far more predictable and successful than trying to produce a postscript file or any of the other options that we used previously. I would not hesitate to recommend your product to anyone.
I’ve found Universal Document Converter to be very useful to use. I like the fact that I can create different types of output on the fly, control the DPI, form size, and other document attributes.
With Universal Document Converter we’ve never been unable to print out contract documents for our drafters to work with. Universal Document Converter has expanded the capabilities of our current large-format printers to include support for PDF & TIF documents. Its almost like having another printer, only Universal Document Converter doesn’t take up any floor space in the office. In addition we send drawings to customers throughout the U.S. When they ask if we can supply them with a specific format, Universal Document Converter lets us answer ‘We can do that’.
Our team researched several document conversion packages prior to our purchase. The Universal Document Converter software not only offered more options, it was simple to incorporate and it was the most cost effective solution we could find. Being an engineer-to-order company, our needs focused around producing high quality image documents of detailed CAD drawings, both 2D and 3D. The Universal Document Converter delivered exactly that. To date, our users have not reported a single issue the software. And why should they? It’s as easy as selecting the Universal Document Converter as your printer and hitting the print button. I would highly recommend this product to anyone looking for a low-cost, high-quality solution for document conversion.
The easy of use and the ease of outputting your documents to a graphic file format makes Universal Document Converter a must for any business, webmaster or individual user.
UDC gives us more freedom in a way that we can provide our customers documents in the form they can easily reuse
Working in a small company I often have to produce on-line help and documentation for the projects I work on. Universal Document Converter allows me to capture print output of any description and include it in printed documentation or HTML help files etc. Previously, I had to print to PDF and convert to JPEG which does not produce the quality of output that Universal Document Converter does. Well done to fCoder for an excellent product.
We have an automated Filemaker program that creates diamond memos on a form. There are several images and text, and we need these forms in a high quality JPG format. For each record, Filemaker prints to the Universal Document Converter printer with a standard file name, then exports a command line to a batch file and executes it to rename the file appropriately. It works every time without a flaw! The quality is excellent. I recommend Universal Document Converter to anyone who wants to print to a JPG file.
Now, with Universal Document Converter, I can “print” any file from any application to an image file, then use my image-editing software to add notes or changes before printing or converting back into a new file. Not only has your Universal Document Converter software saved us time, but it has actually allowed us to do something we never could before. I’ve found the settings easy to understand and adjust in order to get the best resulting images. Thanks for a great easy-to-use program that really meets our needs. Keep up the good work!
We have been using Universal Document Converter for several months now, and to say the least, we are impressed. We bought it to use with AutoCAD, we frequently have to put an AutoCAD drawing in document for a client. AutoCAD was not made to do this sort of thing and doesn’t do a very good job of it. When we first downloaded the trial version, we tested it with our biggest baddest DWG file, and as soon as we finished, we ordered the full version. Now we use it in almost every program that we have. This is quite possibly the best $70 we have spent in years. I use it almost everyday in some form or fashion.
Due to the fact that the archive-client doesn’t support Microsoft Word documents, we decided to convert them into an usual archive format, the TIF-Format. We look for a tool to do this job. My internet research showed several tools, the second I tested was Universal Document Converter. Functionality and batch-processing, handling and performance were well capable. So I ordered the production release in Febr. 2004 and we did the job without any problems.