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One Click PDF 3.0.1 - User Guide and FAQ

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How to use One Click PDF

  1. Use the drag and drop to add a batch of files.

  2. Use the arrows to order your list.

  3. If the Show result file is checked, launch Adobe Acrobat Reader after conversion/merge.

  4. Select the PDF quality used for conversion.

  5. Click on the convert button.

  6. Give a name to your PDF file and choose "Save".

  7. Adobe Acrobat Reader is launched and shows the resulting PDF file.
Formats accepted by the conversion / merge list:
  • Microsoft Word 2000/XP/2003
  • Microsoft Excel 2000/XP/2003
  • Microsoft PowerPoint 2000/XP/2003
  • Images files
  • Any printable files
  • Adobe PDF files

Frequently Asked Questions - One Click PDF

  1. Can I define my own rules / parameters of conversion to custom my PDF quality (like a job-option with Acrobat Distiller)?
    You can easily define your own PDF quality files.

  2. When I convert an Excel file with One Click PDF, are all the sheets converted?.. Or does One Click PDF create a PDF file per sheet?
    Instead of many PDF converters, One Click PDF creates one PDF file per Excel file merging all the sheets of the file. Before inserting a sheet in the PDF file, One Click PDF tests if it is blank or not to provide white pages.

  3. Is the size of a PDF file lower than the source file?
    Actually, if you choose a "low" quality of conversion, the images will be compressed and the final size very low.

  4. Why the PDF quality is so important?
    A PDF file needs a high quality to certify its portability and to archive it without any problem in the future. A simple test, try to modify the text of a PDF file with the tools of Acrobat 7... Only good PDF files will pass the test. One Click PDF 3 uses the Adobe technology that certifies the best PDF quality.

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