Like others have already recomended I would too recomend open office. IMO it is more reliable and flexible (specially when it comes to different dictionaries), however if you do not want to switch or are short on disk space to carry two suites, you can try this: http://sector7g.wurzel6.de/pdfcreator/index_en.htm
It installs as a printer driver and will work with any application just direct the printer output to it and the result will be a pdf file.
Thanks for the suggestions, guys!
I’m not going to install a second office suite, though, so I went for the PDFCreator.
I have encountered one problem though: the program needs some “SmartSound” plugin and looks for it on the hard drive, concludes that it’s not there, cancels the operation and goes looking for it again ending up in an infinite loop.
Do you know about this, Iec?
I just updated my Acrobat Reader to version 7.0
It still won’t work, so I wonder why PDFCreator needs that damn plug-in when it’s not even supported in version 7.0
Why do you need a sound plugin anyway? Acrobat Reader does not support any sound, right?
So you can not only upload tutorials on that site for other Blenderheads to use but you can also convert between file formats? :eek:
Hey, sign me up
Personally, I think that might be a good place for us to share documentation and the like.
Plus, with it, you can collaborate over various projects with someone. Like a tutorial
I’m gonna test it tonight, but does anyone have any expirience with writely?