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When you open a PDF with digital signatures, comments, or bookmarks, the review pane will automatically display, helping you know what to review first. Adobe PDF thumbnails and preview handler working on a bit system That isn't actually my account (this is the first time I've needed one since I closed mine . Installation can be tricky and it doesn't support the latest PDF versions, We managed to set it up on a Windows 7 x64 system regardless, but you may then first download the aracer.mobi executable.

A major advantage of the add-ins is the conversion of hidden hyperlinks and easy conversion of bookmarks. To preserve the original design of the document to be converted, you can also embed all used fonts. So many free convertors either won't bring your fonts along, OR worst of all , don't let you define the page size, for custom publishing situations. With its straightforward and familiar mode of operation, you have nothing to lose by trying it. Was told about your software. Downloaded it today and what a time saver it is for me. Instead of opening 40 drawings one at a time then converting it to a pdf file, I just batch plot them all. Thanks it works just great.

It's wonderful to be able to produce a file ANYONE can read that includes all the graphics and design elements of the final file. Pdf is one of those tools that I know can change the way I do things in really basic ways - I'm looking forward to finding a zillion ways to use it.

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On my first try I couldn't make the program work with my old version of Pagemaker, though it did fine with Word. Hardly expecting an answer, I dropped a line to the support address on the website where I downloaded the program - at Turns out it wasn't my ancient Pagemaker, but the XP operating system that needed to be accounted for.

Then it worked perfectly and so simply. I have at least five totally unrelated hardware and software problems that I have waited in vain for months for any response from a support query - and these were products I paid a lot of money for. That's why I'm writing this testimonial even before I've explored all the features of this program - I'm still ecstatic.

I don't know how these guys do it! I haven't even subscribed yet, though I'm going to right after I send this e-mail. I don't mind the ads really, but I just want to send these folks a little money for something. Great product! Great service! These range from the high end ActivePDF to the Adobe Acrobat suite and also include a number of cut-down applications. Overall, the best product was pdf It installed first time on Windows 98, and XP and I encountered no issues when using it.

Only a few applications could encode all documents without error, and pdf was the most consistent. I had terrible problems with the stability of Adobe's offering on 4 completely different test machines , even when I 'dumbed down' to using Distiller it still wouldn't play. ActivePDF worked well, but it's costly and very involved.

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I kept smiling with pdf's ease of use. With the optional edit component it 'just happens'. Without the edit component and using the free version you encounter an advertising screen and have to name the PDF which is a very minor price to pay for a completely free PDF encoder.

It passed all the tests we set it regarding encoding documents and fully supports automation. The only drawback I can see is that they appear to be a small company. However, with a product proposition such as this I can't see this being the case for long.

I can virtually eliminate the paper files that are stuffing every available space. Thank you so very much for this wonderful program. I find the ease of use to be incredible. If you're not familiar with PDF's, they are a format that is readable by the free Adobe Acrobat Viewer that you probably already have installed on your pc.

This makes it a decent format to use when you need to send attachments or save a document into a format that someone else can't edit great for english majors whose professors want work turned in electronically.

I tried this program on my Win2K machine with a jpeg image file, a text file, and 11 page Word document, and it worked flawlessly on all three. All that I needed to do was select print and pick the "pdf" print object as the printer and voila!

What was really impressive was that my 60k Word doc shrunk to a 20k PDF file. Two thumbs up for this handy utility. But it's hard to find a free program that empowers you to create PDFs of your own, so I found one for you: PDF The software consists of a printer driver -- which means all you need to do is to select the PDF printer when you're ready to convert your work to PDF format.

You can do some optional configuring when the printer window pops up, and then save your PDF file. There's a slight messiness factor involved in that a PORT file is created along with your document, but you can get rid of it without affecting the PDF file.

The only other drawback is that a browser window will open to display a sponsor page every time you create a PDF.

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But these are minor quibbles indeed when you consider the free functionality you're getting. It worked flawlessly. The PDF version was able to display the text, fonts, and everything else as if I had printed it on paper. I just wanted to say how grateful I am for your 'dopdf' as I have eliminated all the adobe software that is possible from my system as it kept interfering with other programs and seemed to take up more and more processing and disc space yearly.

Some things should just remain simple and do what they should do. Jessica Keep up the good work, Softland. If you ever decide to put out a commercial version to rival Adobe Acrobat and Nitro, I think it'll probably be better than both, and I'm prepared to pay for such a program. While I have no problem with free software, I really do prefer to pay developers for their hard work.

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Pdf is one of those tools that I know can change the way I do things in really basic ways - I'm looking forward to finding a zillion ways to use it. But here's the best part. On my first try I couldn't make the program work with my old version of Pagemaker, though it did fine with Word.

Hardly expecting an answer, I dropped a line to the support address on the website where I downloaded the program - at Sunday night. Turns out it wasn't my ancient Pagemaker, but the XP operating system that needed to be accounted for. Then it worked perfectly and so simply. I have at least five totally unrelated hardware and software problems that I have waited in vain for months for any response from a support query - and these were products I paid a lot of money for.

That's why I'm writing this testimonial even before I've explored all the features of this program - I'm still ecstatic. I don't know how these guys do it! I haven't even subscribed yet, though I'm going to right after I send this e-mail. I don't mind the ads really, but I just want to send these folks a little money for something.

Great product! Great service! These range from the high end ActivePDF to the Adobe Acrobat suite and also include a number of cut-down applications. It installed first time on Windows 98, and XP and I encountered no issues when using it. The test documents included: A 30 page Scheme Design and Commission Word document that causes the IT printers to fall over containing very complex tables, graphics and embedded images The multi-column xWebGen glossy BBC News web page Prints from Paint Shop Pro Only a few applications could encode all documents without error, and pdf was the most consistent.

I had terrible problems with the stability of Adobe's offering on 4 completely different test machines , even when I 'dumbed down' to using Distiller it still wouldn't play. ActivePDF worked well, but it's costly and very involved. I kept smiling with pdf's ease of use.

With the optional edit component it 'just happens'. Without the edit component and using the free version you encounter an advertising screen and have to name the PDF which is a very minor price to pay for a completely free PDF encoder. It passed all the tests we set it regarding encoding documents and fully supports automation.

The only drawback I can see is that they appear to be a small company.

However, with a product proposition such as this I can't see this being the case for long. I can virtually eliminate the paper files that are stuffing every available space. Thank you so very much for this wonderful program. I find the ease of use to be incredible. If you're not familiar with PDF's, they are a format that is readable by the free Adobe Acrobat Viewer that you probably already have installed on your pc.

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This makes it a decent format to use when you need to send attachments or save a document into a format that someone else can't edit great for english majors whose professors want work turned in electronically. I tried this program on my Win2K machine with a jpeg image file, a text file, and 11 page Word document, and it worked flawlessly on all three. All that I needed to do was select print and pick the "pdf" print object as the printer and voila!

What was really impressive was that my 60k Word doc shrunk to a 20k PDF file. Two thumbs up for this handy utility. The software consists of a printer driver -- which means all you need to do is to select the PDF printer when you're ready to convert your work to PDF format.

You can do some optional configuring when the printer window pops up, and then save your PDF file. There's a slight messiness factor involved in that a PORT file is created along with your document, but you can get rid of it without affecting the PDF file. The only other drawback is that a browser window will open to display a sponsor page every time you create a PDF. But these are minor quibbles indeed when you consider the free functionality you're getting.

It worked flawlessly. The PDF version was able to display the text, fonts, and everything else as if I had printed it on paper.

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