Universal Document Converter – One Stop Solution

I usually work with large excel documents with thousands of records.  Many times these data reports need to be published on the web for our clients.  We also send these documents to our clients via emails but not everyone has compatible software installed on their pc’s in which instance we convert the documents to PDF format, ask them to download the free Adobe software to open these attachments.

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Universal Document Converter is a software that can convert any of your documents, ranging from Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel tables, Microsoft Power Point presentations and AutoCAD drawings or even web pages into Adobe PDF or graphical files in 7 popular formats: TIFF, JPEG, PNG, PCX, DCX, GIF or BMP.

UDC installs itself as a virtual printer on your pc.  So, once you open the document that you want to convert, clicking File->Print->Select UDC (from the available printers) will convert the document in your desired format.

Among the many benefits such as: exporting into many formats, ease of use, economy of system resources, and quick configurations etc, my particular favorite is it’s ability to use UDC on a remote computer since not every computer is hooked to the printer in my house!

The power of this software is seen with features like converting multiple documents in a batch mode.

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OR appending different documents into a single multi page file

OR it’s ability to keep background images and colors while converting web-pages

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Single Use license for Universal Document Converter (UDC) is for USD $69, and if you run a small business, the company offers very nice discounts for multiple licenses.

The website for Universal Document Converter offers many tutorials for converting different types of documents into other formats.  You can also download the demo version before buying it.  Also check out the Video Tutorial they’ve provided for clear instructions on how to use the software.

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9 Responses to “ Universal Document Converter – One Stop Solution ”

  1. That’s great Pearl! I’m always looking for something to replace Adobe’s expensive software. I’ll have to take a close look at this one.

    Thanks!

  2. Hey Mike.. I realized there are some free software programs floating out there that tackle some of the same tasks but I couldn’t find one that does ALL of what this converter can do.. it does look pricey at first, but over longer period of time, it could be good investment I think..

  3. There are free ones, but this solution is only $69 dollars for a single user. Adobe Acrobat Standard is $299.

    I’m going to have to take a look at it.

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  4. glad you’re gonna try it Mike.. lemme know what you think

  5. Anything to do with PDF files seems to cost money (wonder why :D). Other formats, you should be able to find freeware.

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  7. Looks like a handy tool. I do a lot of conversions and will take a closer look.

    Thanks!

  8. sounds like a neat little tool. thanks for the heads up.
    -jack

  9. yeah theres no way im going to drop $300 on the acrobat one.

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