Drivers Printers AcroPDF

AcroPDF 2.00 for Windows

by AcroPDF Systems Inc.

Avg. Rating 2.0 (3 votes)

File Details

File Size 0.6 MB
License Shareware, $69.00
Operating System Windows 2000/9x/Server 2003/XP
Date Added
Total Downloads 3,423
Publisher AcroPDF Systems Inc.
Homepage AcroPDF

Publisher's Description

AcroPDF provides print-to-PDF functionality in almost any Windows application. It installs as a virtual printer and is accessible from any program that offers a Print option. It allows you to create PDF files from any printable document (.doc, .xls, .ppt, images, text, web pages, etc.).

Latest Reviews

kbyron

kbyron reviewed v1.00 on Jul 22, 2004

AcroPDF is based on a very good concept, but it does not install, at least on my W98 system. The developers were kind enough to suggest installation with /sp- /verysilent /norestart parameters, but it totally bombed and they could not come up with any further suggestions. I cannot recommend a program that does not even install.

kingtd

kingtd reviewed v1.00 on Jul 22, 2004

This software doesn't work so hot with any kind of complex output (try printing Betanews as a PDF). (-1)

The silent install options listed on the webpage are totally incorrect and the /? help displays all ?'s. (-1)

It's also part of the disturbing trend of listing software here as Freeware which is really Shareware. There's a nagware line tacked on to the bottom of every page printed. (-1)

zridling

zridling reviewed v1.00 on Jul 22, 2004

This program isn't bad at all, and don't miss their "PDF Speedup" app that is really good (and freeware).

Avg. Rating 2.0 (3 votes)
Your Rating
kbyron

kbyron reviewed v1.00 on Jul 22, 2004

AcroPDF is based on a very good concept, but it does not install, at least on my W98 system. The developers were kind enough to suggest installation with /sp- /verysilent /norestart parameters, but it totally bombed and they could not come up with any further suggestions. I cannot recommend a program that does not even install.

kingtd

kingtd reviewed v1.00 on Jul 22, 2004

This software doesn't work so hot with any kind of complex output (try printing Betanews as a PDF). (-1)

The silent install options listed on the webpage are totally incorrect and the /? help displays all ?'s. (-1)

It's also part of the disturbing trend of listing software here as Freeware which is really Shareware. There's a nagware line tacked on to the bottom of every page printed. (-1)

zridling

zridling reviewed v1.00 on Jul 22, 2004

This program isn't bad at all, and don't miss their "PDF Speedup" app that is really good (and freeware).

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