Download Cute Pdf Writer. It is 100% FREE and Excellent. You won't find anything Better than this. I Bet. You can also use pdf2word to convert pdf to word.- FREE.
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I use openoffice as my wordprocessor: better than Word and free - it also has the option to save as pdf within the program: opeoffice.org
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Yeah, I used OpenOffice in my Hub about best free Database programs. It is nice ,but I still prefer making it in Word then PDFing it with PromoPDF
(I might also do that, I'm not sure.)
I just downloaded it. This is 127.1 MB...Quite BIG.
Thats what she said...JK, anyway what is 127.1 MB-PromoPDF or Openoffice?
OpenOffice is 127.1 MB. I downloaded it but did not find suitable for me. I will prefer to use Word and convert them to PDF using Cute PDF Writer.
Yeah Open Office does it but there is a way to get a PDF as an option in Word to print to instead of a printer.
Essentially it prints your document to PDF, think it works for Excel, Publisher, etc. too.
can't remember what it was called though, I must've installed it ages ago and forgot it was there.
I'm learning a lot from this, too. Glad you asked the question, balaji. All I've ever done is save my Word docs as pdf's. I didn't even know that you could convert pdf's to Word. Amazing.
You can search in Google . Lot of free site is available. Go, search & enjoy
Every mac has this feature built into it since OSX 10
Click Print and then create PDF. But I guess your using a PC and that works too.
Replaces Microsoft Office and writes virtually any format you want. Yes, even PDF.
My two pennies' worth; I use a product called PDF Factory. It is free, a little easier to use than PrimoPDF, and hasn't failed on me once!
It is very easy if you use a Mac. There is an option to print as a PDF file. No need of any other software or PDF converter.
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