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Old 08-07-2011, 06:13 PM   #9
jswinden
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Why re-invent a wheel that works? As other have stated Office 2007/2010 already have convert to PDF ability available for free. All you really need to do is create a template that will work with your reader (Kindle) so that new documents can be quickly formatted in a small size with small margins and a text size that is readable on a 6" screen, then creating PDFs becomes a breeze.
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