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NLM’s document conversion tools aid exchange, use, preservation of digital information

Do you ever get a WordPerfect document and can’t even read it? How about a .PCX or .PGM or .PNG file? These tools from the National Library of Medicine may be of interest to you! They help you convert over 50 file formats.

Electronic Document Conversion National Library of Medicine

The U.S. National Library of Medicine’s (NLM) document conversion tools make the exchange and use of biomedical library electronic information easier for librarians, library users, and the general public. The DocMorph Web site and MyMorph software are two free conversion tools that allow users to convert more than 50 types of files into alternative, usable formats. The DocMorph Web site allows users to convert files into PDF, TIFF, text, and synthesized speech. The downloadable MyMorph software allows users to mass migrate files to PDF only.

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