Nitro PDF Reader

Create PDF files, comment and review, save PDF forms, extract text and images, type text directly onto the page, and more. Nitro's new free PDF reader takes the key features that you want in a PDF reader, a familiar interface, and smooth functionality and combines them into an eminently usable program that doesn't get in between you and your documents. Nitro has turned the free PDF alternative business model on its ear by providing you with a smart selection of watermark-free editing, drag-and-drop PDF creation, and tabbed PDF reading.

Nitro Reader offers navigation panes, including Pages, Bookmarks, Comments, Output, Signatures, and Attachments, allowing for easy navigation of larger documents, and providing a central location for additional content.

Nitro Reader is the only free PDF reader to offer the ability to create PDF from virtually any Windows application. Create PDF files from over 300 different formats. Comment, review, and collaborate. Fill and save PDF forms. Extract text and images. Type text directly onto the page. Nitro Reader offers a range of powerful tools to extract text and images, allowing you to work with PDF in a way you probably didn't think possible in a free reader. With Nitro Reader, you can keep viewing and accessing PDF files originating from just about anywhere. You can just do more with them.

Expect 100% compatibility with Adobe Acrobat — and every other widely-used solution — with support for all PDF files up to and including the current standard (v1.7).

Download: Nitro PDF Reader |  64-bit | 28 MB (Freeware)
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I've been working on converting a massive number of webpages (html files) to pdf files for the primary purpose of creating numerous "books" for myself. I should point out that all of the webpages and images I have collected were published under a creative common license, My ultimate goal is to create a series of books in pdf format to begin with in order to create a series of "history books" for for nearly every subject under the sun. So far I've only managed to save thousands of individual webpages as pdf files though, along with several hundered images, yet haven't managed to compile them into a form that would resemble a book. I've been considering how I could compile the multiple pdf documents into one much larger file, which would make it so that it reads as a book, and hopefully create an index which would allow me (along with anyone else if I ever shared them) to jump to chapters, which could also be created using the same software. This program sounds promising for enabling me to achieve at least a few of the goals related to my project.

I plan to create books covering very broad topics, such as the history of Art, in which I plan to cover every period and genre of art as extensively as possible, from prehistoric cave paintings, to the most modern of contemporary art. I also plan to include much more underground subjects, which I'll keep to myself for now. If any of you would be interested in checking out the finished results in the future, please feel free to shoot me a PM.

The main obstacle at this point for me is a complete lack of knowledge regarding how to convert my collection of pdf files and images into a book type format, which I could then eventually convert to be used for popular e-readers. I could certainly use some advice as to converting such a series of projects into formats for popular readers. It would be particularly great if there was a program that was capable of allowing one to create an e-book into all (or most) of the possible e-reader formats. I'm completely out of the loop when it comes to nearly anything to do with e-readers. I would greatly appreciate it if some of you point me in the direction of any programs or websites which would be able to help an e-book noob such as myself to achieve my goal.