BullZip PDF Printer 3.0.0.215

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 2007-06-01 (3.0.0.215)

* Forces target settings to lower case. This is done to make the programming interface more robust to mixed case in the target settings.

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The usefulness of this program should not be disputed.
What I don't like is the name. BULLZIP. For some reason, it sounds like a, somewhat, mild expletive.

PrimoPDF not only sounds friendlier, it gives you a clue as to what the program actually does.

Who needs a PDF printer? The only use for PDF files is document sharing and/or printing in print offices, and "good" Office and DTP applications are already able to export into the PDF format...

If your business is to create documents and reports for multiple clients, then PDF is the corporate standard for this kind of "read-only" document exchange.

For one thing, if you've got a crapload of paperwork (as many people who have been out of school for more than 5 years usually have), you can scan it into PDF and store it digitally.