Rotate your PDF document Permanently with

Posted on June 9, 2010. Filed under: Computer, Freebies, Super Fast Updates, Tips and Tricks, Web, Windows/7 | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , |

   You have an upside down PDF document. Maybe you scanned a document the wrong way, or you received it from a teammate. Now you want to fix it.

  The "rotate" feature of Adobe Reader might be a solution, but it is only a temporary solution. Close Adobe Reader and the PDF is upside down again. You need to rotate your document permanently. You can also ask Google for free software. There are a lot of. Some of them are genuinely free. Some pretend to be free but will inject a watermark in the rotated document or will just rotate the first few pages. All must be downloaded and installed. Not convenient for a one shot operation.

Rotate PDF to the rescue! allows you to rotate your PDF documents just nicely:


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Convert Anything into Webpage?

Posted on April 27, 2009. Filed under: Web | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , |

     Convert anything into webpage is UNBELIEVABLE for you isn’t it?.If it is then believe it.


     Today i found a unique service i.e that promises to convert anything into webpage and it does a good job on delivering that promise.


          All you need to do is browse for the file you want to convert(max 15MB), and then hit the “start conversion” button.  Some of the files it currently supports include:-

  • image/photo files (jpeg, gif, png, svg…)
  • audio formats (mp3, ogg…)
  • documents (doc, pdf, odt, txt, rtf…)
  • programming source code (java, php, cpp…)
  • web documents (html, htm, swf…)
  • archive (zip, rar, tar…)
  • video, fonts, chemical file formats and more

Benefits of this service are:-

  • Fastest download speeds
  • No download limits
  • No CAPTCHA codes
  • Multiple simultaneous downloads and uploads
  • Unlimited page bandwidth
  • No sign up required
  • No software to install
  • Link directly to the generated web page

         Once uploaded, every converted file has a unique web address created for it, so you can point others to it and share the document in question.  So if you are searching for a free way to convert any file into a web page, give them a shot at

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