Primo PDF Converter

Thursday, July 01, 2010 8:00:00 PM Categories: PDF Utilities
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There are many advantages in using PDF files. The main one is to ensure that the data they send will not be changed (at least easily) by the recipient.

There is a very good option for creating PDF's from any file type: Primo PDF program. And the best: easy to use and free.


What is a PDF converter?

A program that writes PDF allows you to save any file in PDF format. The PrimoPDF aims to create PDF files from a huge amount of different files. Furthermore, it is very light, does not distort the sources, maintaining excellent quality.


A great use is to print all your receipts of payments, bills, statements, confirmations, etc.. Furthermore, you are contributing to it: instead of saving some proof print, store it in digital media.


Installation and License

The installation of PrimoPDF is trivial, and the program is free. Download the installation program from the Internet, and proceed with the default installation.

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Program Interface

PrimoPDF is installed like a printer. To get the program interface, you simply send the document you are printing using the printer installed PrimoPDF.

TIP: If you set the PrimoPDF as the default printer, simply click the printer icon, otherwise, select the option that opens the print menu, set the printer to be used as PrimoPDF and click OK.


Once this is done, the main PrimoPDF window will open, and it is possible to choose which goal will have your converted file. If he will only be displayed (Screen), printed on high quality or not (Print and Prepress), will be an eBook. But if you do not want any of the previous options, you can define the quality (Custom). Depending on the option chosen the PDF file size will be larger or smaller. When in doubt, use the default (Custom).

In Save As, choose where the file will be saved. Click Create PDF, and presto: your PDF file was generated!



This was a brief summary of the PrimoPDF software ( This is the program to convert any file from any program to PDF. More details can be found in the help file of the program.


We hope you've enjoyed. If you have any doubts, find the answers posting your comments in the blog or via our support via chat or email.

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