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    Steve Cubberly @ Foldera

    Celeste,

    I have used a free PDF service called PDF995 at www.pdf995.com.
    It displays a nag screen each time you create the PDF, but it's not too annoying.

    You're doing a great service for non-profits, please keep it up.

    Steve

    Emilio Osorio

    Hello,

    Probably some of your readers will benefit from Open Office 2.0, an Open Source alternative to Microsoft Office which can read Microsoft Office Files, like Excel, Word and Power Point and make PDF's out of them with a easy push of a button. You can download Open Office for free from http://download.openoffice.org/2.0.2/index.html.

    I've using Open Office as my desktop solution for 2 years now and find it quicker and easier to use than MS Office.

    Thanks,
    Emilio

    Celeste of studio 501c

    Thank you for these ideas, Emilio and Steve.

    John (Uneasy Rhetoric)

    I have access to Acrobat most of the time, but when I don't I use a program called Cute PDF (www.cutepdf.com). It requires that you install Ghostscript first, but that can be downloaded from the Cute PDF website.

    So far, I haven't noticed any quality differences, and Cute PDF is faster than Acrobat Distiller.

    chris b

    I've had a really good experience with Primo PDF www.primopdf.com, which is free and easy to use.

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