Free Online .doc to .pdf Converter

This website is made to convert any document instantly with file format extension of doc, docx, xls and ppt to a 'ebook' PDF or PDF/A formats. You can even converts image files as well (jpg, jpeg, png and tiff) using the converter tool below. There is no need to download or install anything on your computer machine. Simply upload your desired file you'd like to convert, set a delivery method and let the process finish and you'll have it in short time!

Please select one or more files you would like to convert to PDF, merge, edit or unlock. After you select a file, the next field for another file will appear (up to 10 files are possible to convert at one time).

If you choose a PDF file, you are able to edit it or to specify a possibly required PDF password in case the file is read protected.

* NOTE: At this time this service is in rebuilding process and unavailable. Please choose some another provider of this kind to assist you for now. We apologize for inconvenience.

About These Extensions:
Doc (an abbreviation of document) is a file extension for text modifying and processing documents; it is related mainly with Microsoft and their Microsoft Word software, which is in most cases already included inside Windows operating systems like XP, Vista 7 and others. In past, it was used for documentation in plain-text format, primarily of applications or PC hardware, on a wide range of operating systems. Almost everyone have tried or would have used a .doc file format, every time you write a post, content, letter, or generally write on your PC you will use the doc file format (I prefer Notepad for small situations by myself, but maybe it's just me). It was in the 1990s when Microsoft decided to chose a .doc extension for their proprietary Microsoft Word processing formats. As computer technology has grown the original uses for the extension became less important and have largely disappeared from the PC world. You can read more about it here.

PDF is a file format invented by Adobe Systems for supporting documents in a manner that is separate from its original operating system, software or hardware from where it was originally developed. A PDF file can be any length size, contain any number of fonts and images, and is designed to enable the creation and transfer of printer-ready output files.