Only a few years back, you had to invest in expensive commercial software to produce a basic PDF document. A few freeware titles were developed, but these were all based around the opensource Ghostscript tool and weren't always good enough for producing commercial PDFs for printing-purposes. These days you need to be able to produce a PDF if you want your a printer to run off your poster or glossy newsletter. Of course, PDFs are a universal document, so you can produce a PDF so that just about any web user can download, read and print your literature, from your website.
doPDF 5 is a fantastic free PDF tool that will do the basics required to produce a web or print-quality PDF document from just about any Windows application. It's also available for personal and commercial use, although if you're really serious about producing top-end PDF documents for commercial printing, eXpert PDF Professional 3 might be a better option.
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