Generate PDF files from any printable documents, allow printing and copying, encrypt data and set up passwords, downscale images, and adjust the PDF resolution
|Updated||Feb 7th 2015|
PDFLogic Corporation N/A N/A
|Crack Size||2 MB|
|Systems||Windows Vista, Windows 7|
PDF Creator for Windows 7 installs itself as a printer on your system and allows you to convert any printable document to PDF file format. It works with any applications that support the printing function.
You can convert a document to PDF file format by simply accessing the printing function from any third-party program. Plus, you can provide details about the filename and saving directory.
PDF Creator for Windows 7 lets you choose between several preset page size options or manually input the preferred size, select the paper orientation (portrait or landscape), set up the PDF quality (resolution and scale), and preview the changes applied to the document.
You are allowed to downscale monochrome, gray or color photos, select the compression algorithm and downsampling method, manually enter the pixels per inch values, as well as alter the image quality.
PDF Creator for Windows 7 Crack lets you change fonts, choose CMYK, sRGB, RGB output for images, encrypt your documents using the 128-bit RCA algorithm, and set up passwords for opening the document and enabling permissions.
Plus, you can allow printing and changes, copying of text, images and other content, as well as text access for screen reader devices for visually impaired people.
You can make the application prompt for PDF filename or automatically output PDF files to a custom folder, remove finished printing jobs from the queue, and show a message notification at the end of the task.
All things considered, PDF Creator for Windows 7 comes with a useful bunch of features for helping you easily generate PDF files from printable documents, and is suitable for rookies and professionals alike.
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