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Topic: Software suggestions?
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 98682
From: campaigner
Date: 10/18/2003 09:12 PM

Just wondering if some kind soul could recommend a program to me, which will enable me to create decent PDF documents simply and easily.

'All' I need is to be able to create PDFs from scanned images, Word docs, possibly Excel spreadsheets and that's about it. I'd also like to be able to create PDFs from web pages too, but I suppose I could create a gif image using Snagit and convert that (somehow?).

I have no need for any 'fancy' functions (e.g. embedded links etc. etc.) and, as this is purely for non-commercial non-profit use, I need something cheap, rather than the whistles and bells Acrobat.

I use Windows XP (Home).

Many thanks for any suggestions.


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