Need Advice On Pdf Creator

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The confusion is the following:


I contacted adobe acrobat and they said they do not support 3rd party software so I can not buy viralpdf.com product since it will not work with adobe acrobat pdf creator. So this means I cannot buy adobe acrobat to create pdfs

I need a pdf creator that others will not have problems opening it and reading it and also that it can be made rebrandable with some software.

Is there a pdf program you recommend free or paid that can be used without problems whereby people who pick up my free report / ebook won't have problems opening and reading it and that can be rebranded so others will give it away.
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  • Profile picture of the author Psst
    Banned
    Read this thread:

    http://www.warriorforum.com/main-int...fs-ebooks.html

    You'll find many resources and tools to make ebooks there.

    Thanks!
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    • You can install primo pdf for free. It might not have all the bells and whistles that some of the paid ones do, but it is free. You install it, and then you create your ebook or whatever say in Word or whatever you use. When you go to print your ebook, use the drop-down menu and choose the primo pdf instead of your actual printer from the list. You can also create a secure pdf where the user would need a password to open it. It's pretty cool.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jermaine Tabor
    The warrior forum used to have one.

    I've been using en.pdf24.org/ right
    from my igoogle home page.

    Links are clickable and it only takes just a
    few seconds before you have your pdf.

    It works for me.
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  • Profile picture of the author Istvan Horvath
    Originally Posted by onpointinfo View Post

    The confusion is the following:
    ... that you are asking two (almost) unrelated questions as if they were one.

    1. Making a pdf file from another type of file (MS Word, OPenOffice etc.) is relatively easy: it is a built-in tool (even in recent Word versions).

    2. Making a pdf file rebrandable - you need other software/script or service.
    It can be a small program that you deliver with your rebrandable pdf file or an online service.
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    • Profile picture of the author DebbieD
      Originally Posted by Istvan Horvath View Post

      ... that you are asking two (almost) unrelated questions as if they were one.

      1. Making a pdf file from another type of file (MS Word, OPenOffice etc.) is relatively easy: it is a built-in tool (even in recent Word versions).

      2. Making a pdf file rebrandable - you need other software/script or service.
      It can be a small program that you deliver with your rebrandable pdf file or an online service.
      1. I never knew Word can make PDFs. Are you sure, Istvan? I use CutePDF. I downloaded it once (it's free) and use it. It's as easy as pie. When I press Print, I save it as a PDF. Probably similar as the one mentioned above, primo pdf.

      2. About rebranding PDFs, I found this link online:

      PDF-Power-Brand | Make Unlimited Brandable PDF\'s For Free!
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  • Profile picture of the author Istvan Horvath
    1. Yes, newer versions of MS Office have that option in Word. Older ones don't...
    OpenOffice always had it.

    2. I use a paid one installed on my computer; and I also know about an online service.
    I am an affiliate for both, so I didn't post a link to them [it's against the rules]
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  • Profile picture of the author Mike Hill
    Here's a video I created a few weeks ago that shows you how to use FREE 3rd party software to create PDF's... Viral PDF can be used with this as well.

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