Instantly Convert Microsoft? Word Document into PDF Files


Mihcael Wang

Convert Doc to PDF For Word is the fast, affordable way to create
professional-quality documents in the popular PDF file format. Its
easy-to-use interface allows you to create PDF files by simply click
the "Save as PDF" button from MS Word, creating documents which can be
viewed on any computer with a PDF viewer. Convert Doc to PDF For Word
supports Font embedding, resolution, compression and multi-language.
Convert DOC to PDF For Word is a Word Addin component/DLL that Convert
DOC to PDF, Word document to PDF automatically. And Convert DOC to PDF
For Word don't need any software such as adobe acrobat.

How does it works:

Convert Doc to PDF For Word lets you instantly convert Microsoft Word
documents into fully-formatted and professional-quality PDF file
format. functioning as a plug-in to the applications that you use
every day - Microsoft Word 98/2000/XP. Now you can create and convert
PDF files in Microsoft Word, without the need for Adobe? Acrobat?!.

Using Convert Doc to PDF in Microsoft Word
Simply choose File/Open in Microsoft Word to instantly create a PDF
file from a Word documents by click the "Save as PDF" button in the

Convert Doc to PDF For Word retains the layout of the original Doc
document, and it almost supports all PDF file settings, such as PDF
Compatibility, Auot-Rotate, Resolution, Compress settings of PDF
document, Colors settings of PDF document, Fonts settings of PDF

Key Benefits:

Converting Microsoft Word documents into PDF normal files couldn't be
any easier. Simply open the DOC file you want to convert into PDF file
and click the "Save as PDF" button in the Microsoft Word toolbar,
Convert Doc to PDF quickly re-create your DOC file as a fully
formatted PDF files.

Get the job done in seconds or minutes, not hours or days. Convert Doc
to PDF for Word eliminates the need to re-key and re-format PDF
documents, saving you both time and money.

You will be amazed at the results you get from Convert Doc to PDF for
Word. It accurately retains the layout of the original Doc file.
Converts text in over 100 languages and separates graphics from tables
and text.

Now you can do more than view PDF files. Document Format (PDF) is the
fact standard for the secure and reliable distribution and exchange of
electronic documents and forms around the world, and now you can
convert any Ms word documents into professional-quality PDF file
format only by one click.

You can also download a free trial copy of Convert DOC to PDF For Word

Steve Rindsberg

I had a look at the demo. Interesting product, but it doesn't seem to do much
that you couldn't do yourself via File, Print, Pick a PDF-creator type of
driver and click OK.

It apparently uses GhostScript under the hood (GS is freely available and
portions of it can be licensed for commercial use -- I have no way of knowing
whether this is legally licensed or not).

You could always download GhostScript and Ghostview for free and get the same
end result, but there's a learning curve to climb. For under 30 bucks, this
product avoids that.

On the down side, it doesn't seem to meet its claim for maintaining the layout
of PPT slides. Print a 35mm formatted presentation with it and it gives you
8.5 x 11 PDFs, for example. And unlike Acrobat or Prep4PDF, it doesn't appear
to convert any links, action settings, transitions or other goodies into the
PDF equivalent.

This isn't a GhostScript limitation. I've tested it with Prep4PDF and it seems
to work fine.


So it isn't just spam, it's bad spam?

Can MS bar an IP address from posting due to spam violations?



Steve Rindsberg

So it isn't just spam, it's bad spam?

No, I didn't mean to imply that there was anything wrong with the product.
If you're comfortable with tweakygeeky products like GhostScript or already
have any other way of making PDFs, this wouldn't be very useful. If you want a
quick, inexpensive way to add PDF to your PPT output options, this might be
just the thing.
Can MS bar an IP address from posting due to spam violations?

They might be able to but it wouldn't be practical; many folks get assigned a
temporary IP by their service provider. The IP address that spams you today
might be your mom tomorrow. You wouldn't want MS to banish your MOM, would
you???? ;-)

All the same, we don't get a whole lot of spam here. Somebody must be watching
for the bad stuff. ThankyouThankyouThankyou...

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