Quick All to PDF helps users convert files into PDF format. Sporting a very simple format and very impressive results, users will have no problem overlooking some of the quirks that come with this program.
Users will need to look at the Getting Started Web site, which automatically appears when this program is downloaded. Beginning the conversion process is unlike similar programs we have tested and anyone ignoring these quick instructions will be confused. Beyond this, though, the program interface was highly intuitive, guiding us every step of the way. Converting a Word doc, Excel file, or other item to a PDF requires hitting the Print button and ensuring All to PDF is replacing your usual printer. From this point, selecting a destination for the PDF only required a simple file tree and conversion was a simple button click. Conversion was slower than expected, taking more than a minute for a small Word doc, but ultimately proved successful and worth the wait.
The program also boasts excellent special features such as adding watermarks, passwords, and creator information to the document. All were easily managed and quickly applied to the PDF. Unfortunately, the trial only allows for up to 10 conversions. But while it took a little extra time to get started, this program's quick and effective production erased any doubts and makes it a great download for anyone looking to convert to PDF.