There are two important highlights in the recent update of Zoho Viewer
- Online Document Converter
- New PDF Viewer
1. Online Document Converter
You can now use Zoho Viewer to convert office documents to different formats. For example, you can convert a DOC file to PDF or an XLS file to CSV and so on. Upload your file, select the desired output format, convert it and save it back to your computer. No sign up needed. No installation required. Try the online document converter now at viewer.zoho.com/converter
and let us know your feedback.
2. New PDF Viewer
We have a new, improved viewer for your PDF files. This new viewer will retain the original formatting of your PDF files as much as possible. Here is the list of functionality available with our new PDF viewer:
- Retain the format of the original document
- Page navigation controls
- Find text within a PDF document
- Copy selected text to your system clipboard
Check out our new PDF viewer and share your thoughts with us.
We made a few changes to the Zoho Viewer home page in the last couple of months. The main change is that you can now view a document without publishing it to a URL. This is quite useful when you want to view a private document without publishing it and you don’t have the appropriate software on your computer. However, if you want to publish a document to a URL, you can still do so by using the “Publish this document” setting. There is also a separate form to view a document file already available on a public URL. In this case, the Zoho Viewer URL of this document will be available as long as the file resides on the original URL.
If you are using our bulk upload option, you will notice that selecting multiple files for upload has now been made easier. In the file chooser, you will be presented with a filtered list of files supported by Zoho Viewer and you will be able to select multiple files using the ctrl/shift keys.
A Zoho user wanted to know this info recently – all the file formats supported by Zoho Writer, Sheet & Show. We came up with a Zoho Sheet containing the relevant info, which is embedded below. Hope this will be of help to all Zoho users.
No more file downloads to view and edit the documents in Zoho Recruit. Viewing and editing the documents has now been made easy in Zoho Recruit. Its integration with Zoho Writer, Zoho Sheet, Zoho Show and Zoho Viewer gives you an option to View and Edit the attachments and save them directly to Zoho Recruit. Thus it helps you save time in viewing and editing the documents.
Zoho Recruit identifies the file format and opens in appropriate Zoho Application. You still have the option to download the file if you need a copy of it.
Here are some of the recent updates in Zoho Viewer:
1. Presentation Viewer
The presentation viewer has been enhanced. We now use Adobe Flash to display the presentations. Here are some highlights:
- No more fixed size. The slides now occupy the maximum space available on your browser window.
- The slide navigation bar has been enhanced and is now similar to Zoho Show.
- You can click on the Play icon to automatically run through the presentation (Auto Play) with 5 secs pause on each slide.
- Of course, you have the already existing SlideShow link and a new icon to view it in full screen.
- The upload and processing of presentations is now much faster.
Here is a screenshot of the new presentation viewer. Click on the image to open the online presentation.
Next, we are working on the PDF viewer. Online viewing of PDF files is one area where Zoho Viewer is lacking and we are fixing that.…
I saw a tweet from Ken Huang recently and found it interesting.
Zoho Viewer + Google Translate = http://tinyurl.com/r4697v http://ff.im/3kDch
is very cool. If you have document you want to quickly view, Zoho Viewer works perfectly well. It is like TinyURL for documents. But in cases where the content of the document is in a
different language, you can upload the document to Zoho Viewer and input
that URL in Google Translate to convert the contents of the document to
Here is a Zoho Writer document in Zoho Viewer and here is the translated version in Japanese.
Thanks for the tip Ken.