PDF Virtual printers are a convenient way to create PDF files. These programs can save any kind of printable document as a PDF; all you need to do is to select ‘print’ from your favorite program, then select the virtual PDF printer and get a PDF file.There are many excellent free virtual printers. We have tested 15 of these and selected 10 of them to evaluate and compare. These (in alphabetic order) are: Bullzip PDF Printer, Doro PDF Writer, PDF Printer (PdfSvg), PDF reDirect, PDF24 Creator, PDFCreator, Perfect PDF 7 Master, Primo PDF, Print2PDF Free and qvPDF.
Of course, different people need different functionality so the division between ‘essential’ and ‘optional’ can be debated.
(I either need to train myself not to use Quick Reply, or image attachment needs to be added to that feature. I'm sure it's the former.)
Quote from: daddydave on June 18, 2011, 07:24:40 AM(I either need to train myself not to use Quick Reply, or image attachment needs to be added to that feature. I'm sure it's the former.)@daddydave - Quick workaround: Compose text in quick reply. When done, hit the Preview button. Add any images in the edit window there.That's what I usually do.
I had to laugh at a comment he uses a couple of times (cause it seems a bit meaningless):"Interface a bit dull "
We updated the PDF Virtual Printer comparison post http://t.co/NKbrBbs. Added doPDF to the mix, took out PrimoPDF b/c of adware components.
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