BullZip PDF Printer 3.0.0.210

The BullZip PDF Printer works as a Microsoft Windows printer and allows you to write PDF documents from virtually any Microsoft Windows application. This program is FREEWARE which means that it is FREE for personal and commercial use. It does not contain any advertising or popups.

Features

* Print to PDF from almost any Windows program.
* Supports 64-bit operatings systems.
* Direct output to the same file each time or prompt for destination.
* Control if the printer should ask if you want to see the resulting PDF document.
* Control output and prompts programmatically.
* Setup can run unattended.
* Graphical user interface.
* Password protect PDF documents.

* 128/40 bit encryption.

* Quality settings (screen, printer, ebook, prepress).
* Set document properties.

* Watermark text, size, rotation, and transparency.
* Supreimpose/background documents.
* Appending/prepending documents.
* User interface control.
* Command line interface to all settings.
* COM/ActiveX interface for programmatic control.
* Support for Citrix MetaFrame
* Support for Windows Terminal Server

System Requirements

* Microsoft Windows 2000/XP/XP x64/2003/2003 x64/Vista/Vista x64
* GPL Ghostscript 8.54 or later

Version History 2007-05-22 (3.0.0.210)

* Spanish added as new language.
* Simplified Chinese as new language.
* Traditional Chinese as new language.

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I wonder why there are still so many PDF printers since OpenOffice.org is able to write PDF files directly. Is there a need for them?

I know, print offices mostly use PDF files for input, but I don't think there are so many journalists here?

PDFcreator has serious troubles under Terminal Server x64. The last time I'd tried it, the save dialog would show on multiple different users' sessions, and if anyone hit cancel, it would delete the temporary file before the person who printed the PDF could save it.

Hopefully, this one doesn't do that!

MazX_Napalm said,
Anyone use this with AutoCAD?
What are the PDF file sizes compared to CutePDF?

No idea about AutoCAD but I tested a Windows Vista test page against CutePDF:
CutePDF: 26kb
BullZip: 42kb

BullZip uses the standard windows Save As dialog box and the options seem easier to get to than CutePDF.