Saturday, March 24, 2007

How to Convert Word Docs to PDFs Online

I've have to use this service a few times in the past few days to try to submit a paper for a computational linguistics conference, and I've been very happy with it.

You submit a Word document on your computer, specify a file name, and they email you a PDF of the document. It worked well with the Hebrew and the images in the document. And it is free.

Check it out: PdfOnline.com

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Or download OpenOffice. Or download Adobe's plugin. I believe both are free.

ADDeRabbi said...

there's also a free downloadable program called cutepdf .

joshwaxman said...

thanks for the tips.
alas, cannot d/l OpenOffice, because I already have it so it would be a waste of bandwidth. Didn't know about the free plug-in. In the past I've used Adobe Writer.
For various reasons, didn't use those this time.

seebee said...

Thank you so much for this link. The formatting has stayed totally stable, better than when I used Open Office.

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parshablog is published by (rabbi) josh waxman (joshwaxman [at] yahoo [dot] com), a grad student in Revel, a grad student in a Phd program in computer science at CUNY. i recently received semicha from RIETS. this blog is devoted to parsha as well as whatever it is i am currently learning.