Why Choose FoxPDF WordStar to PDF Converter?
FoxPDF WordStar to PDF Converter allows you to convert WordStar(WS,WS2) to PDF directly, NO WordPerfect required, batch conversion supported. It converts WordStar (WS,WS2) files into vector PDF files, quick and easily.
Only drag and drop your WordStar files and it doesn't require Adobe Acrobat or Adobe Reader while converting WordStar(WS,WS2) to PDF. FoxPDF WordStar to PDF Converter has high compatibility with WordStar.
FoxPDF WordStar to PDF converter key features
. Convert WordStar files into PDF documents;
. Converts WordStar(WS,WS2) to quality PDF files;
. Batch WordStar to PDF conversion - convert multiple documents at once;
. Doesn't need of WordStar, FoxPDF WordStar To PDF Converter creates high quality vector PDF files from WordStar;
. Convert all the pages, or partial pages of WordStar documents to PDF file.
. Supports sorting on file name, file path, file size, file type modes when conversion in batch;
. View PDF files automatically after creation;
. Optimized to increase speed;
. FoxPDF WordStar to PDF Converter supports a wide variety of versions of WordStar files, it supports SHW files from 2000,2001,2003,2004,2006,2008,2010,2012, etc. formats;
. Standalone software, WordStar, Adobe Acrobat and Reader NOT required!
. Support WordStar(WS,WS2) conversion - convert multiple documents at once;
. WordStar to PDF Converter Support Convert in high speed.
. Support 2000/XP/2003/Vista/7/2008/8 etc. platforms;
. Support both 32bit and 64bit systems;
. Automatically resize WordStar page to fit your required PDF page size;
. Accurately preserve text, pictures, and layout of the original WordStar;
. WordStar to PDF is easy to use, just drag and drop WordStar files for batch conversion;
. Support multiple documents conversion (Batch Processing);
. Support drag and drop WordStar files for conversion;
. Converted files can be automatically loaded immediately after conversion is complete;
. Support page range conversion (all, from-to, individual pages);
. Support English, French, German, Italian, Chinese Simplified, Chinese Traditional, Japanese etc. languages;
. Support deletion of graphics and pictures from the generated WordStar document;
. Support encrypted PDF file conversion;
. Five reconstruction modes for WordStar to PDF conversion;
. Convert WordStar file to flowing Adobe PDF document without text boxes;
Fast Conversion Speed & Save Time
. Enable batch conversion to convert more than one file at a time.
. Support Intel®, NVIDIA® and AMD® to generate 6X faster pdf conversion speed.
. Save new custom pdf profiles and presets to all files with one click.
Step 1: Download and install FoxPDF WordStar to PDF Converter
Step 2: Run FoxPDF WordStar to PDF converter, then add WordStar files to converting panel.
Step 3: Specify the target (output) file path and Security, you can also change PDF page settings.
Step 4: After all PowerPoint file you want to convert has been added to the WordStar to PDF converter, Click the CONVERT button to start converting.
That’s all, it's very easy for you to convert WordStar files to PDF with FoxPDF WordStar to PDF converter.
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WordStar is a word processor application, published by MicroPro International, originally written for theCP/M operating system but later ported to DOS, that enjoyed a dominant market share during the early- to mid-1980s. Although Seymour I. Rubinstein was the principal owner of the company, Rob Barnaby was the sole author of the early versions of the program; starting with WordStar 4.0, the program was built on new code written principally by Peter Mierau.
WordStar was deliberately written to make as few assumptions about the underlying system as possible, allowing it to be easily ported across the many platforms that proliferated in the early 1980s. As all of these versions had relatively similar commands and controls, users could move between platforms with equal ease. Already popular, its inclusion with the Osborne 1 computer made the program become the de facto standard for much of the word processing market.