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Convert CGM to Image
Shareware
Convert CGM Files to Image (tm) Formats.Exchange CGM Files with popular graphics formats: GIF, JPEG, PNG, TIFF...Convert CGM, a CGM file converter, provides users with the most flexibile and easy to use software for converting drawings and technical illustrations into common formats used by the Aerospace & Defense, Automotive, and Manufacturing industries.

Mihov Image Resizer
Freeware
This freeware program helps you resize your favorite images to bigger or smaller size (blow or shrink). It allows you to convert and save the pictures to and from jpg, gif and bmp graphic formats in batch mode! You can also rotate images to left or right. With one click your photos from your digital camera will be just right for the web!

PhotoRazor
Freeware
Modern digital cameras take huge photos many megapixels in size - great for high quality printing, but too big to email to friends and family, and too large for displaying on web sites. PhotoRazor solves this by making high quality copies of your photos at a smaller size - ideal for on-screen viewing. This reduces the file size making them much easier to email and share with friends and family.

PDF reDirect
Freeware
PDF reDirect is a fast, free, and easy-to-use PDF Creator. It has no restrictions, no watermarks, no spyware, no adware and no pop-up advertisements. Features include basic encryption and full merging. Version 2.1 adds: a live preview of the PDF being created, PDF file size optimization, viewing style settings and compatibility with Windows Terminal Services.

Mihov DPI to Pixel Calculator
Freeware
When you resize an image you change the number of pixels. In computer world this is how it is done - there is no inches or centimetres. But when you print out an image the printer uses a resolution that is expressed in DPI (dots per inch). Setting up DPI or the inch size for screen images makes little or no sense. And when an image is printed you can clearly see that the picture has a size in inches. How do pixels, DPI, and inches go together?


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