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1. Print to PDF via the virtual printer driver doPDF
You would do this exactly as you print to a regular printer, just the result will be a PDF file, not a printed piece of paper.
2. Using the doPDF Startup window
The software has an executable file (accessible from the start program group) that you can run in order to start a conversion wizard.
Features and Highlights
Predefined page size
You can select a predefined page size for the resulting PDF file such as: A0, A1, A2, A3, A4, A5, A6, B4/5, Letter, Legal, Executive, Envelope DL/C5/B5/Monarch/#10, ANSI, ARCH (50 different formats available)
PDF output presets
You can create high-quality PDF files (i.e. for printing) or smaller files (i.e. for web publishing), depending on your needs. You can also choose to balance the two options by using the medium quality preset.
We always recommend using the latest version of the PDF tool and its integrated automatic update engine will keep your version current. Update checks can be scheduled daily, weekly or monthly, but you can also disable this feature.
The content of the resulting PDF can be shrunk to 1% off the original size or enlarged up to 400%.
Addin for Microsoft Office
During installation, you can install the novaPDF add-in for Microsoft Office. This allows the program to offer one-click conversion to PDF from Office applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher, Visio).
PDF Links and Bookmarks (Office only)
When you convert PDFs using the add-in for Microsoft Office, you can convert bookmarks and links from the original document in the resulting PDF file.
Always use this folder
You can have doPDF create and save the PDF file to the same folder each time, no matter where you open the original document from.
Embed font subsets
To ensure that the resulting PDF file will look exactly as originally intended, do PDF embeds by default the font subsets used in the original document.
Open with PDF reader
You can choose to have the PDF open with the default PDF reader once it's converted.