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File Conversion Center 6.0 Overview

File Conversion Center makes converting documents easy. Fully integrated into your desktop, any number of file and folders can be converted as easily as you would copy, paste or delete them.

Able to convert Microsoft Office documents such as Word, Excel and PowerPoint files, Adobe PDF files, PostScript files, HTML files and web pages, as well as other popular file formats into non-searchable Adobe PDF documents, TIFF, JPEG and other image file formats, File Conversion Center is an indispensable tool for all your conversion needs.

Just right-click on a file or folder in Windows Explorer and select a conversion option from the convert Multiple PDF Files To TIFF Files Software 7.0 Crack keygen Convert To menu to begin converting

File Conversion Center

You can also drag and drop the files and folders onto a desktop converter bin, one of the Convert To icons installed on your desktop.

File Conversion Center


It’s that simple. With File Conversion Center you can also:

  • Create customized conversion menu items and bins
  • Recursively process folders and subfolders and save the converted files in the same location as the source files, or in a new location with the same folder structure
  • Convert and print your documents at the same time

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File Conversion Center 6.0 Advanced Features

Desktop Integration Integrated into both your desktop and your Windows Explorer application, you can convert individual files or groups of files on demand, quickly and easily.
Dynamic List of Supported File Types Convert any file that can be opened and printed by any of the supported applications. As new file extensions are encountered that can be opened, they are added to the list of files types that can be converted.
Custom Conversion Settings Custom conversion settings can be created to meet your specific needs; output file type, resolution, color, serialized or multi-paged files, compression options and output file location, as well as auto-rotating landscape pages, trimming white space, cropping and resizing can all be configured.
Convert Folders and Subfolders Folders can be processed recursively, saving the converted files with the source file, or in a new location with the same directory structure.
Folder Contents Filtering Folder contents can be filtered by file type to convert only the files you want.
Convert and Print at the Same Time Convert documents into image files and send them to your office printer with the same mouse click, simplifying your workflow process and saving you time.
Many Common Output Types Create non-searchable Adobe PDF files as well as TIFF, JPEG, and many other common image file formats.
Powerful Batch Processing Capabilities Convert any number of files, folders, and web addresses. Pause, resume, skip a file or cancel the conversion process from the progress dialog.

For more information visit the online user guide.

File Conversion Center 6.0 Supported Conversions

With File Conversion Center you can convert any of the input formats below to any one of the supported output formats as listed below. As well, any of the supported input formats can be printed directly to any number of printers.

Supported Input Formats Supported Output Formats
Microsoft Word files (.doc,.rtf,.txt,.wri,.log)
Microsoft Excel files (.xls,.xlw,.xlc)
Microsoft PowerPoint files (.ppt,.pps)
HTML files (.htm,.html,.shtm,.shtml)
Adobe PDF files (.pdf)
PostScript files (.ps)
web addresses (
JPEG image files (.jpg)
TIFF image files (.tif)
Windows Bitmap image files (.bmp)
ZSoft PCX image files (.pcx)
ZSoft DCX image files (.dcx)
CServe Portable Network Graphics (.png)
Graphics Interchange Format (.gif)
non-searchable Adobe PDF files (.pdf)
JPEG image files (.jpg)
TIFF image files (.tif)
Windows Bitmap image files (.bmp)
ZSoft PCX image files (.pcx)
ZSoft DCX image files (.dcx)
CServe Portable Network Graphics (.png)
Graphics Interchange Format (.gif)

File Conversion Center does not limit what types of files it will try to convert; the file extension and the operating system’s file associations are used to determine what application to use, if one is needed, when converting each file, and if it is one that File Conversion Center supports. New input file types are added dynamically as they are encountered.

File Conversion Center requires that certain applications be installed on your system to handle some of the associated file conversions.

The table below lists the applications needed and the most common types of files handled by each application. Any file type that can be opened and printed by these applications can be converted

Application Input File Type
Microsoft Office 2003 – 2013 Word Documents (.doc,.docx)
Excel Spreadsheets (.xls,.xlsx)
PowerPoint Slideshows (.ppt,.pptx)
Rich Text Documents (.rtf)
Generic Text-based Documents (.txt)
Internet Explorer 6.0 – 11.0 Web Pages (
HTML Files (.htm,.html)
Secure HTML (.shtm,.shtml)
Active Server Pages (.asp,.aspx)
Adobe Acrobat 6.0 – DC
Adobe Reader 6.0 – DC
PDF Documents
Ghostscript 7.04-9.16 Postscript and Encapsulated Postscript files (.ps,.eps)
PDF Documents (.pdf)
Built-in (no additional applications required) JPEG image files (.jpg)
TIFF image files (.tif)
Windows Bitmap image files (.bmp)
ZSoft PCX image files (.pcx)
ZSoft DCX image files (.dcx)
CServe Portable Network Graphics image files (.png)
Graphics Interchange Format image files (.gif)

File Conversion Center 6.0 Supported Platforms and Applications

Operating System Version 6.0 Version 5.0 Version 4.0
Windows 10 and Server 10
Windows 8 and 8.1
Windows Server 2012 and 2012 R2
Windows 7 (up to SP1)
Windows 2008 R2 (up to SP1)
Windows 2008 (up to SP2)
Windows Vista (up to SP2)
Windows 2003 (SP2)
Windows 2003 (up to SP1)
Windows XP (SP3)
Windows XP (up to SP2)
Note: Windows 7 and Window 2008 R2 is only supported in release 4.0.005 and higher.


Summary of Compatible Applications by Version
Application Version 6.0 Version 5.0 Version 4.0
Adobe Acrobat and Acrobat Reader 6.0 to DC 6.0 to 11.0 4.0 to 10.0.01
Microsoft Office 2003 – 2013 2003 – 2013 2000 – 2010
Internet Explorer 6.0 – 11.0 6.0 – 11.0 5.0 – 9.0
Ghostscript 7.04 – 9.16 7.04 – 9.10 7.04 – 9.01

The File Conversion Center 6.0 Standard Edition is the upgrade path for File Conversion Center 5.0 and File Conversion Center 4.0. If you have been automating your conversion using File Conversion Center’s command line silent options you will need to upgrade to File Conversion Center 6.0 Professional Edition.

If you are a registered owner of an earlier version you can purchase the latest version at a discounted price. Please visit the following Sales FAQ for discount rates and complete steps on how to upgrade immediately online.

End of Life Releases

Product Retired End Of Life Date
Re-licensing Ceases
Recommend Upgrade
File Conversion Center 5.0 July 2015 December 2021 File Conversion Center 6.0
File Conversion Center 4.0 November 2013 December 2019 File Conversion Center 6.0
File Conversion Center 3.0 November 2007 December 2013 File Conversion Center 6.0
File Conversion Center 2.6 August 2005 December 2011 File Conversion Center 6.0
File Conversion Center 2.0 August 2005 December 2011 File Conversion Center 6.0

Computers that are currently licensed will remain operational but re-licensing and/or re-activation will no longer be available after the end of life date.

File Conversion Center Release Notes

If you are a registered owner of an earlier version you can purchase the latest version at a discounted price. Please visit the following Sales FAQ for discount rates and complete steps on how to upgrade immediately online.

New Release

File Conversion Center 6.0.006 – July 26, 2016


  • Maintenance patch to bring underlying printer components up to date with all features and fixes.

File Conversion Center 6.0.005 – May 4th, 2016


  • Fixed conversion speed and CPU usage issue with black and white images. Problem was introduced by underlying changes in architecture required for the newer operating systems. Conversion speeds are now comparable with older releases of File Conversion Center.
  • Updated the install to allow for installing under the SYSTEM account via SCCM and installer now force ALLUSERS to TRUE when installing under SYSTEM.

File Conversion Center 6.0.004 – March 8th, 2016


  • For very large images that do not fit in memory software processes the images in bands. We fixed a one pixel error when banded images are upside down which created a one pixel gap in between the bands when reassembled into a single image.

File Conversion Center 6.0.003 – January 8th, 2016


  • Fixed issue where jobs stop converting (hang) randomly on some systems, caused by some unknown Microsoft Windows update.

File Conversion Center 6.0.002 – September 11th, 2015


  • Fixed scaling issue when screen resolution is set higher than 96 dpi (100%, Normal).
  • Fixed application crash issue when selecting ‘HomeGroup’ folder in the advanced GUI.

Released File Conversion Center 6.0.001 – July 20th, 2015

This new release includes support for Microsoft Windows 10.

In addition, paper size matching was altered to match identically to how paper size matching works for all other Microsoft built printers and the printer core components are now fully 64-bit when installed on a 64-bit operating system.

FCC now supports Adobe PDF files that were 256-encrypted.


  • Cumulative security updates to improve stability.
  • Fixed trimming issue where top and bottom of band were not correctly trimmed. This only occurred when the image being trimmed required banding in order to process in limited memory.

Released File Conversion Center 5.0.004 – Feb 11, 2015

Contains the following changes:

  • Updates for Windows security patches.
  • TIFF files created using JPEG compressed images are now HIGH Quality JPEG to match FCC 4.0 quality.
  • JPEG files are always created using Medium Quality compression to match FCC 4.0 quality.
  • Images are now scaled bi-cubic to match FCC 4.0 quality.
  • JPEG compression now set to 4:4:4 (no sub-sampling) to give best JPEG quality.
  • Fix for pinning File Conversion Center jobs to the task bar in Windows 8.x, not being pinned to the correct application.

Released File Conversion Center 5.0.002 and 5.0.003 – May 14, 2014

Further improvement on how File Conversion Center detects if Adobe Reader or Adobe Acrobat is installed.

Improved error messages in the log file for PDF conversion.

Released File Conversion Center 5.0.001 – January 9, 2014

Support added for:

  • Windows 8 and Windows 8.1
  • Windows Server 2012 and Server 2012 R2
  • Microsoft Office 2013
  • Adobe Acrobat and Reader XI (11.0)
  • Internet Explorer 10 and 11
  • Ghostscript 9.10

Upgraded the underlying printing architecture for the File Conversion Center printer to bring it up-to-date with the current PEERNET Image printers.

Improved detection of the default programs used by File Conversion Center. If installed, these applications will be used even if a different application is set as the default program by the user.

  • Acrobat Reader or Adobe Acrobat will be used even if the default PDF viewer is another program such as Foxit Reader
  • The Microsoft Office programs (Word, Excel, etc.) will be used if OpenOffice or another Office clone is the default
  • Internet Explorer is used if Firefox, Chrome or another web browser is the default browser

Added ability to choose the Ghostscript version being used when multiple versions of Ghostscript are installed. Defaults to the latest version found on the system.

Added the ability to save the list of files that failed to convert out to a text file.

MS-DOS errors codes are now set when using the File Conversion Center command line.

Resolved the following client issues:

  • out of memory issue when converting very large images
  • Adobe Reader 10 printing settings not getting set back to their defaults
  • not specifying the,a or,o on the /L command line switch would cause invalid parameters instead of defaulting to the application preference for appending or overwriting the log file
  • issue where a print job name generated when printing TIFF images to another printer included an extra “_tif” as part of the name.

Final Update File Conversion Center 4.0.009 – August 27, 2013

  • Security update.

Update File Conversion Center 4.0.008 – March 2, 2011

Support added for:

  • Windows 7 (SP1)
  • Windows 2008 R2 (SP1)
  • Adobe Acrobat and Reader X (10.0.01)
  • Internet Explorer 9.0 Release Candidate
  • GhostScript 9.01

File Conversion Center no longer unresponsive when

  • using Word Macros
  • working with HTML files in a Window 7 system with Protected Mode enabled in Internet Exporer 8.0.

Fixed Window 7 compatibility issue with Convert to menu.

Expanded Error Messages in Log File

Update File Conversion Center 4.0.007 – October 25, 2010

Support added for:

  • Adobe Acrobat and Reader 9.3.3, 9.3.4 and 9.4
  • GhostScript 9.00

Update File Conversion Center 4.0.006 – April 30, 2010

Support added for:

  • Office 2010
  • Adobe Acrobat and Reader 9.3, 9.3.1 and 9.3.2
  • GhostScript 8.71

Update File Conversion Center 4.0.005 – October 30, 2009

Support added for:

  • Windows 7
  • Windows Server 2008 R2
  • Windows Server 2008(SP2)
  • Windows Vista (SP2)
  • Adobe Acrobat and Reader 9.1, 9.1.1, 9.1.2, 9.1.3 and 9.2
  • GhostScript 8.64

Update File Conversion Center 4.0.004 – March 2, 2009

Support added for:

  • Windows Server 2008 (SP1)
  • Windows Vista (SP1)
  • Windows XP(SP3)
  • Internet Explorer 8
  • Adobe Acrobat and Reader 9.0
  • GhostScript 8.63

Added full support for unicode in file names, log files, result files and visual interface.

Added additional checking to the PDF document conversion process to better indicate reasons for PDF documents failing to convert.

Resolved issue where converting Office 2003 documents to Office 2007 sometimes showed repair dialog.

Resolved issue where the text is shifted up and to the left when an Office 2003 document with revision tracking is printed using Office 2007.

Resolved issue where Convert To Menu was missing on Windows 2003 x64, Windows XP x64 and Vista x64 platforms.

Resolved issue where with file names containing ellipse (…) characters in their name.

Resolved issue where some GIF images were failing conversion to TIFF.

Update File Conversion Center 4.0.003 – February 22, 2008

Resolved issue when Microsoft.NET 3.0 framework is installed on Windows XP and Windows 2000 operating systems prior to installing the File Conversion Center. Installing the File Conversion Center after.NET 3.0 framework caused XPS Printer to stop working.

Fixed random error message “The parameter is incorrect” when setting job properties though the Job Properties Wizard.

Changed Word document conversion to now disable the running of macros when a document is opened.

Fixed error in the advanced interface where dragging a folder from the tree view into the job list was not correctly updating the Selection Filter list.

Update File Conversion Center 4.0.002 – November 22, 2007

Fixed issues with Adobe 8.0, 8.1 and 8.1.1 compatibility regarding window focus and file limitations.

Released File Conversion Center 4.0.001 – November 14, 2007

NEW! File Conversion Center now handles files dynamically by their file type (based on their extension). As new file types that can be opened and printed by one of the supporting applications are encountered, they are added to the list. This is different from previous versions where File Conversion Center could only convert a subset of file types.

Support added for:

  • Windows Vista and on 64-bit operating systems.
  • Adobe Reader 8 and Adobe Acrobat 8
  • GhostScript up to version 8.60
  • Windows Office 2007.
  • Internet Explorer 7 including the new protected mode feature under Windows Vista.

Files added in the advanced batch interface are now processed in the order in which they appear in the list.

Fixed problem where very large jobs (10,000 files or more) would take a very long time to initialize before starting to convert.