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Old 01-20-2004, 08:43 AM   #1
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How to convert pdf from school

Hi, I need to convert RTF files to pdf (by using adobe acrobat) using computers in school. But I can not install it because students are not allowed to install new printers etc. So is there a way to do it? Converting pdf without installing a virtual printer by Acrobat? Or any oher program that can do this?
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do you have adobe acrobat or adobe acrobat reader? The full adobe acrobat usually installs a plugin in Winword that allows you to automatically save the rtf file as pdf. Or: Save the Winword as a html document and see if you can open the html document in adobe acrobat.

If you don't have access to full adobe acrobat, I suggest you look for one of the many shareware pdf creators, some of them don't need a virtual printer driver.

http://www.softpedia.com/public/scripts/search.php
... search for pdf

Hope that helps.
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If you don't have access to full adobe acrobat, I suggest you look for one of the many shareware pdf creators, some of them don't need a virtual printer driver.
Yes, I have acrobat (not the reader).
Can you tell me name of a program that don't need a virtual printer driver? Thanks
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Have you looked at http://www.softpedia.com/public/scripts/search.php and searched for 'pdf'?

For instance, I would try out http://www.visagesoft.com/easypdf/ because from the product description it does not appear to use a virtual printer driver for converting to pdf.
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