• JeeMan

    I’ve been using this app for a couple of years, and I really like it. I am not using Opera, so I could not comment on this, but with Firefox I have never experimented weird layout issues. It comes out in PDF exactly as it would come out on paper.

    Used in combination with “PDFTK Builder” (http://portableapps.com/apps/office/pdftk_builder_portable) or with “PDF Split and Merge”, I can do a lot of PDF manipulation, useful for sending PDF files by email to coworkers.

  • I too am an advocate of this app and have been using frequently for over a year. It is an open source application that will ultimately get better and better. Definitely a “paper saver”.

    Great review!


  • I was choosing one of few such apps to cover so went with open source one, alternatives being adwar-ish. Seems like I made right call. :)

  • I’ve never actually tried this app before, but I think I will. I’ve been using cutepdf (http://www.cutepdf.com/) for a while now and it’s done everything that I’ve needed it to, so I never thought to look around.

    Plus I don’t get to use it that often.

  • @Angelo

    Thanks for suggestion, will take a look at it. PDFCreator was first one I liked, so could use few more good ones for comparison.

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