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anyone know of any good PDF Creators that work well on the Mac OS X. I was using PrimoPDF on our PC and it worked great, but I would like to have something similar to save Webpages that want you to print out something like a confirmation number or order number (i prefer to conserve paper and anything that can be saved as electronic document is)

Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated
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You're in luck.... it's built in to OS X...

Though it's sort of an odd process (IMO) to do it...

In what ever document you want to save as a pdf, go to FILE>>> PRINT (or just Cmd+P)... then in the lower left corner of the Print pop-up click the "PDF" drop down.... then click "save as pdf"... Viola!
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Excellent... Thats pretty much the procedure with PrimoPDF but hey, one less thing to install and use up space. Thanks for letting me know
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No problem... Enjoy!
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