19th January 2010, 02:10 #1
Get novaPDF, a PDF creator for Windows FREE
novaPDF is a PDF creator for Windows that allows you to easily create PDF files (searchable and optionally PDF/A compliant).
With novaPDF, everyone from novice users to professionals can create high-quality documents in industry-standard PDF format, by simply selecting the "Print" command from virtually any application.
Once installed, this PDF creator lets you: add PDF bookmarks, insert active PDF links, use it as shared network PDF printer, create public/private printing profiles, add PDF watermarks, reduce PDF file size, password protect PDF files, overlay and/or merge PDF files, convert to PDF any printable document and much more.
The product costs $ 49.95 but 10 licenses are being made available FREE to The Windows Club. 5 licenses will be distributed to the members of TWC Forum and 5 licenses will be given to the readers of the Windows Club.
To win a license simply make a request below stating why you need it. The lucky 5 members, having over 10 posts, will be selected based on their answers and their email id's forwarded to the company. The giveaway will close 7 days from now.
19th January 2010, 06:31 #2
I use freeware Foxit Readers so far & with limited functions.
It's good chance to try my luck again & hope to win 1 license.
19th January 2010, 11:38 #3
NovaPdf can Define different profiles and each with its own printing settings, It is also good that the printing profiles can be exported into different installations, handy for direct use
19th January 2010, 12:08 #4
Thanks for another nice giveaway. I use Prmopdf a free program to make pdf. Nice to have application. Please count me in for a free copy
19th January 2010, 13:09 #5
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19th January 2010, 13:13 #6
Nice one. I would like to create , convert and watermark pdf documents that I would make or have.Please consider me for this mega giveaway. Thanks.
19th January 2010, 16:00 #7
thanks this offer , count me in too!
19th January 2010, 18:16 #8
I'm brand new here and must admit, I'm impressed with the content and the freebees from time to time! Count me in for the NovaPDF please (if possible).
Last edited by fiorito; 19th January 2010 at 18:19.
19th January 2010, 19:18 #9
22nd January 2010, 08:23 #10
I'm interested to reduce PDF file size function and to the conversion feature. It's good for me to obtain this program, because my father manages many pdf-documents for job.
Last edited by Max_Payne; 22nd January 2010 at 08:27.