Solid Converter PDF

Subject: Solid Converter PDF
From: rinnie1 -at- yahoo -dot- com
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Mon, 28 Jun 2004 09:18:42 -0600


Hi All.

I know there have been many past discussions about various PDF creation
tools, and I have searched the archives, but there's nothing coming up
about this particular PDF conversion tool. I have googled on it and dug
through the Solid Converter website, but there's very little information
available about it. Unfortunately, there aren't any reviews posted about
it that I could find.

Aside from the obvious limitation of being only a Word plug-in, what are
the real-world issues with this product? I see on the Solid Converter
site that they claim to honor PDF security settings, so that leads me to
believe that we could distrbitute this plug-in outside of the client's
documentation team without risking losing version control of our
documents, which we have defaulted to create with password-protected
print-and-view-only settings. The doc team has licenses for Adobe Acrobat
Standard Edition, so we can PDF our FM source, no problem.

I get the digest, so if you respond to the list, please do be sure to cc:
me directly (rinnie1 -at- yahoo -dot- com).

Thanks!
Rene Stephenson
Consultant, Chief Cook, and Bottlewasher
Stephenson Consulting Services
rinnie1 -at- yahoo -dot- com

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