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Convert AutoDesk Inventor presentation file format to Adobe Portable document format.

Inventor presentations (.ipn) are used to demonstrate a single 2D view or a 3D rotation of certain part or assembly, as such these can be usually exported as videos (.mp4, .wmv) and not as PDF documents. Hence why a direct ipn to pdf conversion does not seem very likely.

You would have to access the original source that was used to create the presentation (likely .ipt file) and use that to produce a PDF or 3D PDF document from it. In any case, you will need Inventor for this.

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An ipn file extension is related to the Inventor from Autodesk company. An ipn file contains presentation.


A pdf file extension is mainly used for Adobe Portable document format, commonly referred to as PDF. All programs that create some sort of documents or projects offer the possibility to export their format to PDF format. A free PDF viewer (Adobe Reader) is available for download from Adobe website.


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