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'[EE]: Fw: free PDF writer'
2002\02\12@230112 by Russell McMahon

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Well - almost EE - more so than OT it seemed.
From Ken Mardle

> A free PDF writer is available from http://www.fineprint.com
>
> The free version adds their moniker to the bottom of every page.  If you
> don't want that you can pay US$49.95 for the full version.
>
> Once installed it looks like a Windows printer device.  Works well with
> everything we have thrown at it including text and complex graphics.
>
> Recommended.

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2002\02\12@231734 by Jinx

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> > A free PDF writer is available from http://www.fineprint.com
> >
> > Recommended.

I can recommend Fineprint (the program) too. Prints multiple
pages onto a single side of paper. Limited on the evaluation
edition (no expiry date), but still very useful for printing code
listings. Used it for years, saved me scads of paper

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2002\02\12@233303 by Alexandre Domingos F. Souza

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>> > A free PDF writer is available from http://www.fineprint.com
>> > Recommended.
>I can recommend Fineprint (the program) too. Prints multiple
>pages onto a single side of paper. Limited on the evaluation
>edition (no expiry date), but still very useful for printing code
>listings. Used it for years, saved me scads of paper

       Recommended 2, the mission. :o)

       This is a G R E A T program. I use it for almost every manual and book I need to print, which doesn't need to print fine graphics. For compilers' and like manuals, fineprint is just GREAT! :oD


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2002\02\13@154150 by Barry Gershenfeld

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>>> > A free PDF writer is available from http://www.fineprint.com
>>> > Recommended.

>>I can recommend Fineprint (the program) too. Prints multiple

>        Recommended 2, the mission. :o)
>        This is a G R E A T program. I use it for almost every manual and book

Continuing the testimony (though I haven't gotten this fineprint thing
but I will immediately), here is a tip:

It is so nice to be able to search a pdf rendering of a schematic (multiple
pages especially) for part numbers and net names.  Using OrCAD for the same
thing is painful.  So I want to render my (coworkers) schematics to pdf.
Just a tip for those who hadn't thought of it.

Oh yeah, that other thing:  Adobe's product needs 100MB to install.
Fineprint used about 6.

P.S.
Downloaded FinePrint.  It's not a PDF writer! :-(
But pdfFactory is :-)

This is great!  Thanks for the tip!

Barry

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