PDF to JPG Converter

PDF files are wonderful, but sometimes your recipient prefers it in JPG format.

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Now that more people have access to open source software such as OpenOffice, we're now seeing an increase in the number of PDF files being passed around. In fact, fewer people are asking me about the Adobe Acrobat Reader, and are even more comfortable with PDF files rather than with the usual .DOC files.

And that's where the new problem arises. PDFs have increased in popularity, so certain people have begun using PDFs to spread viruses, trojans, and other malware.

In some cases, you'll need to convert PDF files to JPG (image files).

Some email systems are worried about the credibility of certain PDF files, so they end up blocking the delivery of those documents. Others even go to the extent of blocking the entire email itself.

In such cases, you'll need to convert your file, because (so far) JPG images are not being blocked. The software out there costs around $57 to $77, and comes in the form of a printer driver. This printer driver (i.e., Universal Document Converter) does the job of converting your PDFs into image form.

I'll be testing various PDF-to-JPG converters in the coming days, and evaluating the quality of the produced JPG, the filesize, and how well email autoresponder services successfully deliver such file attachments.

[ First posted on 02/13/2008 by Manuel Viloria ]

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