How do I shift image size into A3, A4 or Letter size while converting to PDFs?
- Select a folder in default directory for saving converted files, you can change the Root path by "File\Options\Root path"
- Click the icon "Scan" to convert images to PDF documents: Firstly, click "Scan Paper" or "Add Image"; Secondly, click "Settings" then choose "Page Size" in "Page Setting"; Lastly, click "Save to PDF" for saving converted PDF in selected folder
- Manage PDF files: Extensive PDF search & filter; Copy, Move or Delete PDF files; Batch list and edit properties; Text or Images viewer and extractor; Batch Security setting; Batch set PDF open options; Send Email as attachment
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