The ePub to PDF converter is quite a utility tool which can not only convert a file from ePub to PDF but also in most cases convert to other formats without much difficult at all.
EPub sands for Electronic Publications. It is free and is the open source standard for eBooks, established by the IDPF or the International Digital Publishing Forum. There are several benefits of using ePub. It allows interoperability between various types of software and hardware as far as digital books and publications from various publishers are concerned. The digital books in unencrypted state are designed explicitly for content where the display of the text is customised and optimised depending on the device which the end user is using. In short the text display changes from a laptop to a touch screen smart phone and so on. To enable this, ePub is the standard most publishers stick to. Hence there are a lot of chances that you would need to convert the ePub to PDF format.
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Did not convert either ePub that I tried. Each was a 200+ page book. The output files from this program were <30 page PDF files that were only random Windows code symbols, with a link to buy the full version of this software at the bottom (the ad was the only part that printed fine).
There is no bloatware/extras if you do a custom install and decline all of the offers. That is true of any CNET download.
This is not a converter!!! This is a malicious trojan horse. Even after you uninstall it from the control panel you will spend the next hour or more getting all of the garbage off every single one of your browsers and even deep in the hard drive of your computer. This is a horrible download!!!!
It is pretty good at converting EPUB files to PDF. I will be purchasing it just to have the tool. Just to let you know 8.5 x 11 sheets with a .5 inch boarder works out to be roughly 216mm x 279mm with a 13mm boarder.
You must work in mm. It needs to be able to work in both mm and inches. It took a little bit of mm to inch conversion to get it close in size. The next thing to figure out is the pts size of the text.
Overall it is a good tool, you just need to know how to work with it a little to get the correct size output you want.