PDF Converter

Discussion in 'other software & services' started by screamer, Oct 29, 2006.

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  1. screamer

    screamer Registered Member

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    Can anyone suggest a good PDF converter for windows?

    I was using Adobe Acrobat, but for some reason, it just crapped out on me? Certain things in the program just do not work properly. I've tried re-installing it several times. Go figure??

    Well, I D/L'd cutePDF and it works OK, but I'd like to hear what other folks are using.

    ...screamer
     
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    Excellent suggestions, and you can also add this one: PrimoPDF :)
     
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    I can recommend CutePDF or Primo from personal experience. Both work very well...
     
  5. screamer

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    Thanks for the prompt replies!
    Does anyone know if I install PDF creator & Primo if they'll conflict w/ cutePDF. ie. all installed at once?

    ...screamer
     
  6. rdsu

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    They will not conflit...
     
  7. betauser2

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    Although I have not used cutePdf, I havn't noticed any difference in output of primopdf (my choice) and pdfcreator, so unless you are unsatisfied with the results of cutepdf I would leave it installed.

    If you still insist, I would personally uninstall cutepdf first although I'm not sure if they'll conflict. Besides, there's no use for two applications that do the same job.
     
  8. starfish_001

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    An excellent free choice that can be automated from VB etc

    or Fineprint's PDF factory
     
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