I am having problems with the pdf function. Any suggestions?


Because of problems with programs that are supposed to be able to create PDF's I disregared this functionality in any and all programs.

Download a PDF printer like CutePDF and install it on your computer, then ANY program that prints can print to the "Printer" that is set up on your computer (usually called "CutePDF Writer"). 

Note:  if you choose to use CutePDF, make sure that you pay attention to the prompts while downloading and installing, it will ask you (default answer is yes) if you want to receive promotional offers, so if you don't want to be spammed unclick/uncheck this option.

Alternatively you could by Adobe Acrobat (Full version) which does the same thing; it'll cost you a few hundred dollars (the last time I checked it was $600 or more).

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