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    Does anyone know of a PDF Creator that works with Vista system. hopefully a freeware

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    For example: CutePDF or pdf 995.

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    You could browse the following thread. I'm not sure whether Vista compatibility was mentioned.

    [topic="698176"]Your favourite PDF programs (Other Software Applications)[/topic] (March - October 2008)

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    Thank you so much
    I also apologize for the double thread.

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    [quote name='ababenchrist' post='790311' date='23-Aug-2009 09:19']Does anyone know of a PDF Creator that works with Vista system. hopefully a freeware[/quote]
    My personal ware choice is doPDF. I use XP but the site claims Vista compatibility.

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    [quote name='ababenchrist' post='790311' date='22-Aug-2009 18:19']Does anyone know of a PDF Creator that works with Vista system. hopefully a freeware[/quote]

    If you run Office 2007 and have SP2 installed you already have a PDF creator.

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    Open Office creates PDF's. It's free, works well and reads/writes in Office format - if you need that capability.
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