Convert PostScript files to PDFs quickly and efficiently using this easily-understandable software solution that also supports adjusting page size
|Updated||Feb 4th 2013|
CAD-KAS GbR N/A N/A
|Crack Size||3.3 MB|
PDF-Creator is a simple-to-use program that allows you to transform PostScripts files (PS) into PDF documents. It can be seamlessly used by less experienced individuals.
The interface of the tool is based on a standard window where you can use the Explorer-based layout to easily locate and access PostScript files for processing. Working with multiple items at the same time is possible.
So, all you have to do is establish the output directory and proceed with the conversion procedure, if you are satisfied with the default settings.
Alternatively, you can adjust the picture quality (DPI), optimization mode and PDF compatibility version, as well as select a preset for the page size (e.g. legal, letter, executive, A4) or set a custom width and height. Last but not least, you can make PDF-Creator open the PDF files when the task is done, or open it straight from the main application window.
The straightforward software application takes a reasonable amount of time to finish a task while using a very low amount of CPU and system memory. It is very responsive to commands and manages to keep a good quality regarding the images and text layout. We have not come across any problems during our testing; PDF-Creator did not freeze, crash or pop up error dialogs. However, the app has not been updated for a very long time.
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