Open Source solution for printing PDF documents from ANY
Published : 2014-01-30.
Last updated : 2019-07-26.
- Create PDFs from any program that is able to print
Security:Encrypt PDFs and protect them from being opened, printed etc
- Digitally sign your PDFs to ensure that you are the author and the file has not been modified
- Create PDF/A files for long term archives
- Send generated files via eMail
- Create more than just PDFs: PNG, JPG, TIFF, BMP, PCX, PS, EPS
- AutoSave files to folders and filenames based on Tags like Username, Computername, Date, Time etc.
- Merge multiple files into one PDF
- Easy Install
- PDFCreator also runs on
Terminal Servers &
Citrix without problems
- PDFCreator is free, no nagging popups, even for commercial use! It is Open Source and released
under the Terms of the GNU General Public License.
- Supports Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8 and 8.1, Windows 10
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