AnyFile to PDF Converter
Convert any type of files and documents to PDF files in bulk and in a click
Convert any number of your office documents, email files, images, archived compressed files and more than other 120+ formats to PDF or PDF/A files in a click. Combine multiple documents into one PDF file, with bookmarks for easy navigation of the documents within the PDF file.
Available as a free version with additional paid features.
- Convert different types and any number of documents into PDF quickly.
- Support conversion of 120 or more file types into PDF.
- Save compressed ZIP file into PDF.
- Convert Multi-page TIFF into PDF.
- Save MSG or EML email files with their attachments into PDF.
- Combine Multiple documents and file types into One PDF file.
- Set security restrictions to PDF files e.g., ability to edit or print.
- Secure PDF documents by setting a user password for viewing.
- Convert multiple files or folders into PDF in batch mode.
- Apply watermark image or text to PDF (i.e., company logo or name).
- Add table of contents or bookmarks in One PDF file for easy navigation.
- Add page number, header and footer information in PDF such as copyright or disclaimer information.
- Automatically fix photos to fit the page in the resultant PDF.
- Convert documents to PDF/A standard for archiving and long-term preservation.
Nuisance of using different document types
Typically, we use different types of documents in the workspace – Office docs, images, faxes, emails or compressed ZIP. One thing common in all of these is having to use the proprietary apps to view their own documents.
When you share these different proprietary documents with others, imagine the frustrations on the other side, when they have to switch to different apps, or simply unable to view the documents because the proprietary apps are not installed! The need of the hour is to use a universal document format like PDF for sharing. However, generating PDF versions of your different documents is another nightmare. That is, using the associated software apps to save to PDF copies from the proprietary documents could be fine if it is a few. But when you have to deal with different types of documents, in handful numbers and their many apps, it is not only time consuming, but also unproductive having to go through the same steps multiple times to produce PDFs.
One app to convert all file types to PDF
A large part of organizations value lies in its documents. Be it agreements, invoices, white papers or the flood of emails, retaining digital documents and business records without being able to alter, is critical. For instance, for strengthening the organization’s intellectual property or in demonstrating proof in legal disputes. However, this requires porting different types of documents to a universal format such as the industry standard for digital document exchange – PDF format. For such purposes, a universal app such as the AnyFile to PDF Converter is ideally suited to quickly convert different types of documents to PDF files or combine into one PDF file, without using their associated proprietary software apps.
AssistMyTeam AnyFile Converter saves more than 120 types of files to PDF, including Office documents, images, multi-pages TIFF, faxes, emails MSG and EML, even compressed ZIP. Additionally, make use of advanced features such as ability to add watermark, user password and set permissions to PDF contents.
How It Works?
There are two ways to perform PDF conversion with AssistMyTeam AnyFile to PDF Converter – Convert multiple files to PDF files and Combine multiple files to one PDF file.
In this mode, you can choose any number of MSG files from your disk for bulk conversion to PDF in a click. To start with, you can import the MSG files from your hard drives to the queue list by clicking the ‘Add MSG files’ button. If you have a folder of MSG files, you can click ‘Add MSG Folders’ instead. This will add the MSG files of these chosen folders to the queue list of the Converter app as shown below. You can then proceed to click ‘Save as PDF‘ button located on the extreme right corner of the folder view control.
From the ‘Save as PDF’ dialog box, you have multiple options for PDF conversions of the emails and their attachments.
Option 1: Convert each email to own PDF file
By default, each MSG email will be converted to their own PDF file, without their attachments. If you want the attachments to be part of the exported PDF file, you can choose one of the following options:
- Convert each attachment to its own PDF file.
- Extract each attachment to disk in its original format as a separate file.
- Embed the attachment in its original format within the PDF file of the email.
- Combine all attachments into one PDF file, separated from the PDF file of the email content.
- Append and combine all the attachments along with the email content as pages to be one long, continuous PDF file.
Watermark and Security Password
In addition, apply a watermark to each page of the converted PDF file in the form of a text (e.g., your company name) or an image (e.g., your company logo). Above all, to protect and limit certain operations on the converted PDF file by users, apply a security password. As a result, PDF Viewer or reader software will then prompt the user for this password when opening or viewing the PDF file. Furthermore, the PDF software will also allow or deny certain operations such printing, making changes, copying etc. if these were marked as restricted by the author.
Option 2: Combine all emails into one PDF file
In this option, all the MSG emails will be combined and merged to one PDF file. You can of customize the name of the PDF from the dialog box below.
- In the first place, each attachment can be embedded in their original format in the PDF.
- In the second place, append each attachment as PDF pages and merged with the PDF of the email.
- In the third place, extract the attachments to their original format as separate files in your disk.
In this mode, you can selectively choose a MSG email from the queue list and save it to PDF. To achieve this, preview a MSG email of interest by clicking it from the list of all emails shown in the queue list. And then choose to save the previewed email to PDF by clicking the ‘Save as PDF‘ button located on the upper right side.
From the ‘Save as PDF’ dialog box, you have options for PDF conversions of the attachments.
As regarding attachments of the email, firstly you can convert each attachment to their own PDF file. Secondly, you can choose to extract the attachment to disk in its original format as a separate file. Thirdly, you can embed the attachment in its original format within the PDF file of the email. Lastly, you can choose the option to append and combine the attachment with the email content as pages of one long, continuous PDF file.
Watermark and Security on PDF file
At this point, you can apply a watermark to each page of the converted PDF file in the form of a text (e.g., your company name) or an image (e.g., your company logo). Equally important, to protect and limit certain operations on the converted PDF file by users, you can apply security password that is required to open and view the PDF file in PDF Viewer, as well as restrict printing, making changes, copying etc.