Re: PDF995 (Acrobat alternative)

Subject: Re: PDF995 (Acrobat alternative)
From: Jay Maechtlen <techwriter -at- covad -dot- net>
To: "Pinkham, Jim" <Jim -dot- Pinkham -at- voith -dot- com>
Date: Wed, 08 Aug 2007 19:11:46 -0700

Pinkham, Jim wrote:
> I've used PDF 995 before, and it's not bad. Two things do stand out. On
> my previous, older home computer, it seemed to consume a fair amount of
> system resources, at least at that time (a little over two years ago). I
> found PDF Creator seemed to be leaner, more efficient, and -- this
> brings me to the second thing -- no ads.

At least twice I've paid the $9.95 to use PDF995 without ads.
Since then I got Acro3 and a upgrade to Acro 5 and that's been good enough.
PDF995 didn't at the time allow PDF editing, extracting, etc.
It was certainly good enough to make PDFs with.


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