We often come across programs that convert text-based files to PDFs, but if you don't have a PDF reader or you want to view the PDF on the Web, converting it to a JPEG is a great way to go. Reezaa PDF to JPG Converter handles just such a conversion, and it does so with ease.
Reezaa PDF to JPG Converter's user interface is clean and as basic as it gets, which isn't a bad thing. You'll find large, colorful buttons at the top of the window for managing the file conversions. There are even Getting Started instructions displayed prominently in the main screen to ensure you get off on right foot. We started by clicking the Add button to browse for and find a PDF. Our file appeared in the file name list. While the program's name says you can convert PDFs to JPEGs, a drop-down menu revealed other file conversions, including BMP, GIF, TIF, and PNG. We opted for a JPEG. Our file's settings appeared in a small window, including the number of pages and DPI. Though "settings" implies that you can actually make adjustments, that's not the case. From there, we selected our output location and clicked the Convert button. In just a few seconds, our PDF was converted to a JPEG that opened normally in our image viewer. We went through each file type, and just like the JPEG, our PDF file was converted into each one without a hitch. The program does include a Help button that takes you to a sparse online FAQ, but as simple as the program is, we doubt you'll have any issues.