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PrimoPDF 5

PDF documents are incredibly useful when it comes to sharing documents with others, particularly online. The nature of the file format means that no matter what platform is used to view a file, it will look identical on any computer. Manual, guides and all manner of other documents are provided as PDFs online, but it has not always been easy to create your own. This is where PrimoPDF can help, making it possible to transform any file which can be printed into a PDF file.

Simply open a document you would like to convert, whether it is an image or a text file, opt to print it and select the PrimoPDF printer. You can then choose from a range of PDF creation options, customising the quality of the resulting file by adjusting image quality and DPI settings. To make the creation process quicker, profiles can be saved to tailor PDFs for particular tasks - such as uploading to the internet or creating an ebook. Files can be automatically saved in a specific folder, and you also have the option of automatically attaching a file to an email or opening it in an appropriate viewer once it has been saved.

Security feature make it possible to password protect PDF so they cannot be opened or edited without the necessary credentials; this means that sensitive information can be included in an online document without fear of it falling into the wrong hands. PrimoPDF is the perfect example of what a utility should be - easy to use, quick to operate and flawless in its execution.

Platforms: Windows 2000, Windows 7 (32 bit), Windows 7 (64 bit), Windows Vista (32 bit), Windows Vista (64 bit), Windows XP
Version: 5.0.0.19
Licence: Freeware
Manufacturer: Nitro PDF Inc
Date Added: {ts '2009-11-04 12:02:00'}


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