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MyMorph Version 2 - Released April 2007
The free MyMorph software allows users to convert more than 50 types of files into PDF, TIFF, or text Since July 2004, thousands of MyMorph users have converted files to PDF.  Now, MyMorph version 2 is available for free, and it adds two new formats: TIFF and text.  MyMorph is a Windows-based software program that significantly increases the functionality of the DocMorph Web site by enabling users to select anywhere from a few to hundreds of files at one time for conversion to PDF, TIFF or text. MyMorph uploads files via the Internet to DocMorph, waits for results, and downloads the newly created files to hard disk.

Because MyMorph makes it easy to convert large electronic collections, it is suitable for digital library file migration. MyMorph runs in the background so that users may address other tasks while completing the conversion process.

 

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