Software update: AcroPDF 1.0

Nowadays there is really only one common format for the digital exchange of large documents: PDF. Until recently, programs to convert files to PDF were quite rare, and certainly not free. was one of the first freely available pieces of software that made it possible to convert files to PDF. Users of other office packages will of course not benefit from this, and the solution is not very flexible either. The developers at AcroPDF thought they could do better and developed… AcroPDF.

AcroPDF is very flexible: the program pretends to be a printer, but instead of putting the data on paper, it poops the data out as a PDF. The software is free for personal use and has recently been labeled as stable by its builders with the release of version 1.0:

AcroPDF 1.0 finally released. freeware.

Cooperated with Bureausoft. PDF Split & Merge has been integrated into the full version of AcroPDF. [break]The final version was preceded by two release candidates, unfortunately it is not known what improvements they had on board. AcroPDF only works on Windows systems, and is here pick up.

Version number 1.0
Operating systems Windows 9x, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP
Website AcroPDF
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License type Freeware