I don’t think I would have phrased it that way, since it doesn’t feel like a filetype conversion as much as it is simply filling a container with your text. Still… You can generate a PDF file in a number of ways, the simplest of which is probably to simply print the text file to a PDF. Windows 10 has a built-in PDF printer, or you could install Pdf Converting Reader or any one of most other PDF readers - Foxit Reader, Nitro PDF, PDF-XChange, etc. - and use the PDF printer t install. You can also grab a copy of LibreOffice, open your file in Writer and use the “Export to PDF” option. Most other open source, ad-driven and/or commercial office suites also have the ability to export or print a PDF file from your document. Be aware that there aren’t many good reasons to do this with simple .txt files. When someone wants to produce a PDF file, t’re usually concerned about one of three things. Making sure the file looks the same way for the recipient as it does for it’s creator, This is kind of pointless with a .txt file as formatting is quite limited in such a file. One exception might be where you’re moving the file between systems that use different end-of-line methods. Making sure that the recipient can open the file at all. Again, a .txt file is a simple, standard format that can be opened by pretty much anyone who wants to open it. Keeping other people from editing the file. This is in vain. When someone wants to edit a PDF file and finds that for one reason or another t cannot, t send it to IT - who makes it editable for them and sends it back. It annoys the IT person (at least it annoys me) but it doesn’t slow us down. Good luck!
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