Compressed ‘ZIP’ files are widely used as they pack one or more files or folders into a single file and takes up less space. A compressed zip file can be a very useful way of sending or storing files. You’ll need to unzip them to extract the contents inside and work with the inner files. With File to PDF app, you can quickly convert a ZIP file to PDF (without even extracting it).
Simply right-click the Zip file in your Windows Explorer, and click ‘Instant <filename>.pdf’ menu.
By default, the app will automatically convert each of the file (located within the zip file) to PDF and place it in the same folder as that of the parent zip file. However, you can change this preference, to output the converted files to a subfolder having the same name as that of the parent zip file. Further more, you can also switch the preference such that all the files within the zip file are merged to one single PDF file.
If you want more advanced control over the PDF output, click ‘Convert to PDF (Advanced)…’ menu.
In the advanced mode, you can choose the PDF output mode for all files inside the Zip file (i.e., each file to own PDF file, or combine all files to one PDF file), set passwords (user and master passwords), set security permissions such as preventing the PDF from being printed, copied or edited etc, and specify paper type, orientation or changing the destination output folder, or apply watermark.
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