How do I Convert .pnm files to .pdf

Posted on 2009-04-15
Last Modified: 2012-05-06
I backed up some files from someones linux ubuntu machine to load XP on that machine. Now I have these .pnm files that I can not read. I have MS Office 2003 loaded, Open Office, and Adobe Reader. I am thinking I need a .pnm to .pdf converter. There are a dozen files or so of these files on the back up.
Question by:Bazdad
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    Try Xnview:

    It's freeware and able to read and convert .pnm files (plus some 400 other file formats).
    It is also able to handle .pdf, provided Ghostscript is installed on the system:

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    You are all that is man! Files Converted Successfully !

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