Free PDF tool with free tech support

runs on Windows
screenshot of FreePDF Creator

Everybody loves PDF files. Or at least they tolerate them. The ubiquitous Portable Document Format has become the de facto standard for sharing documents incorporating text and images with others on your network or online. Because those documents are platform-independent, you can read them on your Mac, a Windows machine, or even your Linux box.

There are a bunch of tools that you can use to turn your documents into PDFs. Some are pricey, and others are free. What a lot of them don't include is support for you while you're busy PDF-ing things.

FreePDF Creator is a tool that you can use to take your documents and make them into PDF files. It's designed to work well with Microsoft Office applications, but it doesn't end there; indeed it supports hundreds of different formats. You've got at least a few document security options available, and can do a touch of editing on your new docs. The tool itself is free, as is customer and technical support. They've got an email address, as well as a phone number to contact, which presumably will put you in touch with real human beings to help you work through your questions or other issues. Note that this is not a toll-free number, but with the software priced so low, footing the bill for a couple of TS calls shouldn't sting too bad.

A Windows application, FreePDF Creator should run well on systems running Win98 or newer.

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