[at-l] Way OT: pdf writer

Robert Rubin rhymworm at gmail.com
Fri Dec 10 13:02:00 CST 2010

If you do your word processing in Google Docs, you can save your
documents as PDFs from there. It will also import Word documents, so
you can import a Word doc, then save it as a PDF.
--Rhymin' Worm

On Thu, Dec 9, 2010 at 1:45 PM, Ryan Crawford <nayrdrofwarc at gmail.com> wrote:
> I believe...I didn't check the address to make sure though.  Online
> conversion of a .doc file to pdf is available.
> www.doc2pdf.htm
> I think that is the right address.
> Check on google for the 'file type you have the file in right now' to pdf.
> .doc to .pdf
> .txt to .pdf
> .avi to .mov
> .flv to .mp3
> They'll come up with website where you can do the conversion right over the
> web and download the file and you don't have to worry about have software
> installed on your computer to do the conversion for you.  The services are
> generally always free.
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