Wednesday, 8 August 2007

Making pdf's

Time was, if you wanted to make pdf's from documents you had to either buy Adobe Acrobat software (très cher) or be a Mac user (since Macs have built-in capability). But now there are many other options, and the Wall Street Journal's Mossberg Solution column compares and reviews several of them in today's column (which is freely available on Walt Mossberg's All Things Digital site). The Mac capability, a couple of free or inexpensive PC software programs, and Adobe's $10 a month service are all discussed.
Once you make those pdf's remember my previous post about pdf xchange viewer , a very cool free program with a boring name that lets you mark up and edit pdf's to your heart's content.

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