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Topic: Finding the right software
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 117188
From: pjb1
Date: 8/12/2004 06:40 PM

I'd be grateful for advice on which PDF creation software might best fit my requirements. I use Windows 98SE and want to be able to convert WordPerfect 8 documents to PDF for emailing and placing on web pages.

It must be cheap (i.e. definitely not Acrobat), produce small PDF files (I've tried free software but the files are big) and the PDFs should be decent quality. I want software that is small in memory requirement and fast in operation. I don't want all the "bells and whistles" that come with Acrobat etc.

In other words, software that makes a good PDF but is small, fast, and cheap!
Thanks


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