PDF Converter for Windows is available for a free 30-days trial. This initial trial period allows you to evaluate the software. If you then choose to purchase, you can continue using the program without making any changes to your setup or data. The trial downloads are full-featured product versions.
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Release Date: 14th January 2019
PDF Converter tool is available right in your Windows Explorer and can be easily deployed through an installer across the entire organization.
|Windows Version|| Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista (both 32bit and 64bit are supported) and all server based Windows 2012 and above|
NOTE: Windows XP is not supported.
|Microsoft Office Version|
Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook installed.
NOTE: If you are using Office 2007, you need to install the ‘Microsoft Save as PDF or XPS Add-in‘ for 2007 Microsoft Office programs installed. You can download it for free here.
|Microsoft .NET Framework|
The .NET framework 4.5 or higher must be installed and activated on your system before you can install and use AssistMyTeam Software. In newer windows, such as Windows 10, 8.1 and 8, .Net framework 4.5 is available as part of the OS, and is installed by default. For Windows 7 and Vista, you need to download the .NET framework 4.5 redistributable from Microsoft website and install it manually. .NET Framework 4.5 is not supported (cannot be installed) on Windows XP.
For server based windows, .NET framework 4.5 is installed part of Windows Server 2012 and higher versions. If you are using older versions such as Windows Server 2008 R2, you would need to download and install the 4.5 framework.
NOTE that, even if you have older versions of .NET Framework 2 or 3.5, you still need to enable or install .NET Framework 4.5 on your system for our product to work. Multiple versions of the .NET Framework can be loaded on a single computer at the same time. This means that you do not have to uninstall previous versions of. NET frameworks in order to install a later version.
NOTE: A PDF version of this installation guide is available for download here.
With this guide, you would be able to quickly install and easily configure AssistMyTeam PDF Converter for Windows in your system, and effortlessly generate PDF documents from files and folders.
PDFConverterSetup_x86.zip (for 32-bit Windows)
PDFConverterSetup_x64.zip (for 64-bit Windows)
The downloaded zip file contains the setup.exe and other supporting documents. Extract these file contents to a file folder.
NOTE: PDF Converter requires ‘Per Machine Installation’, that is, the application will be installed to serve all users of the system (e.g., the files will be installed under Program files folder (similar to Citrix/Terminal Server). Therefore, only those users with administrative rights on the system should perform the installation.
Step 1. Run the PDFConverterSetup_xXX.exe (where xXX is either x86 or x64) to start the installation. Make sure you downloaded the correct setup based on the bit-ness of your Windows OS e.g., 32 bit or 64-bit. Click ‘Next’ to Continue.
Step 2. Select the appropriate destination folder where the application files will be installed. If you change the default folder path, please make sure you have appropriate permission. (Note: by default, it will be installed under your Program Files folder)
Step 3. Click ‘Next’ to continue with the files extraction. It just takes a few minutes to complete the whole copying process
Step 4. Click ‘Finish’. This ends the files installation process in your system.
Now go to Start Menu > All Apps. If the installation was successful, you will see new menu entry ‘AssistMyTeam PDF Converter’.
Go to your Windows Explorer. And right-click any files or folders. You should be able to see the four (4) PDF menu options that PDF Converter app has added in the context menu. You can quickly output a PDF file of the selected file in the same folder in single click, or use more advanced PDF options with the second option.
You can also launch the PDF Converter Advanced Mode to process and convert files and folders to PDF. With this, you can customize the advanced options and have finer control over the PDF Output. You can add files and folders to the queue, choose if to generate individual PDF files or one single PDF file, apply watermark, password and other security options as well as choose the location to which the PDF files will be generated.
Click ‘Settings’ button to tweak and customize the PDF output behavior, choose single or multiple PDF merge options, modify the page setup, paper size, layout, watermark, password, security options etc.
For more references and help, refer to the PDF Help Manual, which can be invoke from Start Menu > All Apps > PDF Converter for Windows > Help Topics.
You can also download the full PDF help manual directly from this link:
Detail information on upgrading your old installation of ‘PDF Converter’ with new version and update.
Upgrade Steps to Version 3.0 (from version 1.X, 2.X)
Download the latest setups.
Extract the contents of the zip file to a file folder in your system.
Uninstall the previous/older ‘File to PDF for Windows’ from your system. You can do that from Control panel -> ‘Add or Remove programs’ (in Windows XP) or ‘Programs and Features’ (in Windows Vista and Windows 7, 8 or 8.1, 10), then choose “File to PDF for Windows” and click the remove button.
Run the newly downloaded ”PDFConverterSetup_xXX.exe’ file to install the latest PDF Converter app for Windows.
What’s new in this version 2.0 (14th January 2019)
- NEW FEATURE: Added bookmark support in PDF output for easy navigating and reference of files in the PDF document.
- NEW FEATURE: Added support for embedding page number to the PDF output.
- NEW FEATURE: Added support for adding your footer information in each of the PDF pages (such as your company name or copyrighted warning).
What’s new in version 1.0
- FIXED: When processing existing PDF files to merge to a single file, the converter fails to carry over the completed data from form fields of the original PDF files to the merged PDF output. This has been fixed now.