Hexonic ScanToPDF: Easily Convert Images To PDF Files

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Normally converting a bunch of images into a single PDF file is a two-step process, requiring two different applications. But one step is all you will need if you choose to use a tool called Hexonic ScanToPDF.

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Hexonic ScanToPDF is a free to use desktop application for Windows computers. The app converts image files into PDF documents. Supported image file formats include JPEG, TIFF, Multipage-TIFF, BMP, PNG, and GIF. You can install the app, import the images, and choose whether to create individual PDF files for each image or simply merge them all together.

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The app provides numerous other useful options such as rotating images, setting margins, scaling images to specific DPI, setting JPEG quality, choosing page layout, and reordering images.

Features:

  • A user-friendly desktop app.
  • Compatible with Windows.
  • Converts images into PDF files.
  • Can merge multiple images into a single PDF.
  • Similar site: AlbumsToPDF.

Check out Hexonic ScanToPDF @ www.hexonic-software.com/index.php/hexonic-scantopdf

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Pedro Oliva

i actually use ABBB Fine Reader, but is a bit slow… i’ll try this soft, thanks :)

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Catherine McCrum

Will this work with UBUNTU? This certainly looks interesting. Scan directly to PDF will save a lot of time and be very readable.

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Kuhnster

Watch out for Hexonic Scan-To_PDF. It changed my Chrome settings & default search engine. I’d like to say this was without my consent, but I blew through the installation menus without paying close attention. So most of the blame is mine, yes – but I still feel a bit violated.

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larrypmNL

Excellent. Thanks so much.

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Eric Wardowski

I’ve been looking for something like this. What I’m using now makes huge PDF files which are impossible to email. Hopefully this will make more compact yet still readable files.

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Bruce Thomas

This appears to be a good way to catalog picture libraries for a quick look at grouped sets. I will try it with that in mind to document photo shoots.

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erickhbhn

Nice tool ! Thanks for info !

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Saikat Basu

This is Windows only for the moment. If you are looking for an Ubuntu alternative, why not open up the query in our Answers section [http://www.makeuseof.com/answers/]

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Catherine McCrum

I run a dual boot system so I will definitely try it with the Windows side. I am getting very comfortable with Ubuntu and hopefully will be able to forgo Windows entirely and be able to use Ubuntu as my only operating system in the near future.

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Saikat Basu

It is always advisable to follow the custom installation option instead of the default one. But thanks for the feedback.

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