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The easiest way how to export scanned .ptn images as PDF document, would be to use the original program that saved them in first place - PaperPort. With that, you can easily export and save your images as a .pdf file, which will essentially achieve ptn to pdf conversion for you.

Updated: October 10, 2018

Unfortunately, there is no detailed software record in the database for this conversion.

 

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PTN

Files with ptn file extension can be usually found as patterns from Kubotek CADKEY software for MS-DOS, Windows and Unix.

A ptn file extension is related to the PaperPort a tool for scan and organize paper documents. A ptn file stores thumbnail images.

A ptn file extension is related to the DigiStitch, a cross-stitch design program. A ptn file contains cross-stitch design.

The PTN file extension is related to the Housecall antivirus app for Windows and Mac. The *.ptn file stores virus patterns.

The *.ptn file extension is related to the Amaya dicopar file format. Amaya is a  web browsing and authoring environment.

PDF

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.

Rarely, files with pdf extension might also be found as preferences definition files for ArcView program.

 

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