Download free text to PDF converter: Zilla TXT To PDF Converter

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Download free text to PDF converter: Zilla TXT To PDF Converter

The Zilla TXT To PDF Converter converts PDFs to Word, RTF, Text, HTML, BMP, JPG, TIF, GIF, PNG and SWF.

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ComputerWeekly.com editor's review


 

SPECIFICATIONS:

License: Free

Operating Systems: Windows 95, Windows Me, Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows NT

Limitations: TXT file support only

Date Added: 23/6/09

This conversion utility pretty much does what it says on the tin; if you have TXT files that you’re looking to convert over to Adobe’s PDF format, this will fit the bill adequately. With a small footprint and a simple interface, there’s little room for confusion or complexity. A couple of clicks and drags will see any conversion work complete.

The biggest drawback is that it sits in a veritable sea of similar tools, most of which give the user more, some of which give the user much more; although rudimentary author, file and font output settings are supported, along with batch conversion capabilities, exclusions include any form of security, encryption or merging capabilities, not least the ability to convert alternative file formats.

So, a passable choice, and tempting at its price-point especially if the rather narrow focus hits your sweet spot, but we suspect that in this day and age most people will be looking for a tool with a slightly fuller feature set.

Company product description


 

Zilla TXT To PDF Converter is a freeware to convert TXT files to PDF format files in batch mode. Zilla TXT to PDF Converter also allows users to set Page Size, Font, Author and Keywords information.

Features:

  • 100% Freeware, No spyware, adware.
  • Convert PDF files in batch mode.
  • Customize output font and font size.
  • Add Customized Author and Keywords metadata to PDF files.

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This was first published in August 2009

 

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