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Old Yesterday, 02:08 PM   #6
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Originally Posted by terrie View Post
I know it's been around for eons...I've always found it odd that for as long as it's been around, you still have download the "converter"--at least now they have a zip file with both their software and the converter in one download. I rarely, if ever used Acrobat as an editor and while I did take a look at the alter-Acrobat ('-}}) editors, I think the plain print2pdf is really all I need.
Even before that, they made it really easy to do the download, so I didn't care. I was the one doing it for all my users (Home and work), so an extra button press or two and a couple of extra seconds on the download didn't bother me. All my users saw is the printer choice that they use to create the PDF. It's all but invisible.

I'm getting ready to test my first candidate...I'll report back...'-}}
I'll be waiting. I like alternatives
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