February 17th, 2009
Sometimes we have a document in txt format and have to convert it to images (TIFF, JPEG) or RTF for futher processing. Lots of doc converters can do the job. But few can handle fonts as well. And a nice looking PDF or TIFF or RTF will require a certain font size.
The problem is that there are no fonts in txt format. The letters may be displayed larger or smaller depending on the viewer. But when you convert txt to rtf or txt to pdf you often want some particular size of the letters. Most of converters do not allow setting the desired output font size in the output file.
Per users requests we have added that feature to Total Doc Converter. When you convert txt to tiff, jpeg, rtf, pdf, or xls the wizard will sugest you selecting the desired font.
Remember to select a larger paper size when you select a larger font! (Step Paper in the wizard.)
The updated version can be downloaded for free from the home page of Total Doc Converter.
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