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Trial Version of Word Converter Basic to PDF Converter is a tool that lets you convert Word documents to PDF. The downloaded version is a trial for 14 days; After that, you will be charged for using it. However, given the limited nature of the software, we do not believe you are likely to convert it to PDF (function () {(‘review-app-page-desktop’);}); If you’ve ever wondered how to convert Word documents into PDF, you may have found free Word for PDF converter. We did it, we tried it, and it didn’t impress us. Here’s what we found. Getting Started with Free Word to PDF Converter Downloading this word to PDF converter is very easy. Download the .exe file, install the converter, and start using it immediately. There is no fun company in the installation process, you don’t have to sign up at all and you can start the transition without wasting time – something I was grateful for. In terms of appearance, this free PDF converter doesn’t do much. It has a pretty standard Windows application, not very old, but it’s not clean and modern. It is easy to find a path: it is clearly marked where you can add Word document files or folders, with a large section in the middle where the conversion company continues and settings that you can customize on at the bottom of the window. How to Convert Word to PDF? So to actually convert Word documents into PDF, you add them with a button: you can’t drag. After your Word documents are aligned, check the output parameters in the lower left corner and press the large green button. It couldn’t be easier. Unless you convert many Word documents at once, the process should be very fast and easy. If you align many documents, it may take a little longer, but not much. The free Word to PDF Converter contains a few additional settings that may interest you. You can select the output folder (and decide whether to open it at the end or not) and convert your documents using a queue or in parallel. We can’t get any better advice, but we can assume that if you have a lot of documentation, it can take longer in parallel. But we don’t know for sure, so you might want to do your own tests. Who needs to convert Word to PDF? Word Free to PDF Converter does exactly what it says quickly and smoothly. It’s easy to install, easy to use, and offers great results. Why are we not impressed? Well, first of all, even though it’s called Free Word To PDF Converter, it’s not. This is a 14-day paid product trial and its only saving grace – the ability to add a password to your converted PDF – is behind the payment wall. This means that the free Word to PDF Converter is essentially a paid application that performs a task you can do elsewhere for free. Microsoft Word and Google Docs allow you to save Word documents in PDF format. We assume you may want your Word and PDF converter to be offline or in some way to have a set of Word documents that you did not create and cannot edit. In that case, it might be of interest to the rest of us, but it is completely unnecessary and we would not waste our people. We do not need this application. Owning an app is worth itthe task you can do elsewhere for free, it’s not the worst sin you can imagine (take care of a buyer, huh?), but making a free call will certainly not make a good impression. In fact it’s a free 14 day trial of a paid app. After these 14 days have passed, you will theoretically have to pay for the app or stop using it. You can accept it if you only use it once, but that means the application is not a free Word to PDF solution in the long run. Word Free to PDF Converter is not a bad application, it’s disappointing: it works well enough, but nobody needs an application to convert Word to PDF. Instead of creating or editing a document in Word or Google Docs, select ‘PDF’ when downloading or saving it. As mentioned earlier, there may be a very small number of users who really need a separate Word-to-PDF converter, and if it works, it will work. Remember you won’t stay loose for long.

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