Print any document to an image file
Using the app doesn’t require any special computer skills because everything’s very intuitive, although we all agree that a help manual could really come in handy.
The one that’s playing the key role is the configuration screen which allows you to juggle a little bit with all customizable parameters.
You can for example choose the output format, which can be any of the following: BMP, PNG, JPG, TIFF and PDF. What’s more, there are multiple TIFF compression methods at your disposal, including LZW, FAX4 and FAX3.
ImagePrinter is most of the time a user-friendly program, so it also allows you to save the original name and even run a defined application after printing.
The footprint on system performance is just minimal and the tool runs flawlessly on any Windows flavor on the market. Sadly, it does not work on 64-bit Windows versions.
Of course, things could be a lot better and one of the first elements that need to be added in the future versions is a help section. Truth is, ImagePrinter is already a very straightforward app, but those using it for the first time may need additional information on some built-in features.
Overall, it does what it says with minimum effort and with a few improvements here and there, ImagePrinter could easily become one of the products in this particular software segment. It’s completely free, so anyone can use it at no cost.
Reviewed by Bogdan Popa, last updated on June 9th, 2012
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What's New in This Release:
- Fixed problem in installer
- Fixed minor problem in settings
Application descriptionImagePrinter is based on the Microsoft universal printer driver. ImagePrinter can print any document which can be prin...