Text to PDF Converter
Text to PDF Converter
2.1

0.0

Text to PDF Converter free download for Mac

Text to PDF Converter

2.1
23 May 2005

Create searchable PDF files from text documents.

Overview

Text to PDF Converter can create searchable PDF files from text documents. Simply drag and drop any kind of text document on the application icon to quickly convert it to PDF. You may also drag multiple documents at one or even an entire folder.

What's new in Text to PDF Converter

Version 2.1:
  • Added support for Microsoft Word files (.doc format)

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3 Text to PDF Converter Reviews

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schmelding
05 May 2005

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Isn't this feature built-in? Am I missing something?
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Version 2.0
mikeh
09 May 2005
Thanks for the reply. But that's the point! I do and it doesn't. I drag the file on the icon and Text to PDF remains inert, it doens't launch and certainly doesn't make me a PDF file! Mike H
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Version 2.0
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Adam-Behringer
Adam-Behringer
23 May 2005
This was my mistake. Word files (.doc) should be converted as of version 2.1
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Version 2.0
mikeh
06 May 2005
I've just downloaded this app (Mac OS 10.3.9 French) but can't get it to work. Dragging a Word-produced .doc file onto the app leaves it cold, and the File menu command New doesn't have any effect either. I was interested in an app like this because since the 10.3.8 update, Adobe Acrobat, despite various troubleshooting steps, can no longer produce PDFs using the PDF Maker it puts in Word. However I don't suppose this problem is linked to Text to PDF converter not working… Mike H
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Version 2.0
1 answer(s)
Adam-Behringer
Adam-Behringer
08 May 2005
When you drag a file onto the application icon, the application should launch and then quit. The PDF file will be in the same location as the original file but will have ".pdf" appended.
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Version 2.0
schmelding
05 May 2005
Isn't this feature built-in? Am I missing something?
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Version 2.0
2 answer(s)
Adam-Behringer
Adam-Behringer
05 May 2005
Yes, the feature reproduces the functionality of opening a text file in TextEdit and then printing to PDF. However, this is a very manual process, so our application is useful if you need to convert many files as a batch. This new version (2.0) also allows you to do the conversion in a Automator Workflow which is not otherwise available.
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Version 2.0
Anonymous
Anonymous
23 May 2005
well, I just opened a plain text file in my text editor, "printed" it to a PDF doc, opened that in Preview and was able to search the resulting PDF doc just as I do any PDF doc in Preview?
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Version 2.1
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0.0

App requirements: 
  • PPC 32
  • Mac OS X 10.4.11 or later
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