The BullZip PDF Printer works as a Microsoft Windows printer and allows you to write PDF documents from virtually any Microsoft Windows application. It features quality settings, set document properties, watermark text, size, rotation, and transparency; superimpose/background documents, appending/prepending documents, and command line interface to all settings.
What's new in this version: Version 18.104.22.1684 support for Windows 8 Consumer Preview 32 bit (x86) and for Windows 8 Consumer Preview 64 bit (x64).
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- Print to PDF from Windows applications and optimize the PDF out...
- Open, view, and print any PDF file.
- View DWG, DXF, and DWF drawings.
- Simplify design process and gain better control over placement ...
- Transform any printable document into PDF format.
- Convert PDF to Word file format.
- Create, visualize, document, and share your CAD projects.
- Create charts, graphics, diagrams, and maps easily.
- View and read PDF documents without images.
- Open, view, edit, and save PDF files without Adobe Acrobat.
- Convert Adobe Flash SWF to WMV format file.
- Open, view, and convert Adobe PDF files.
- Work with drawing, photo editing, and page design tasks of any ...
- Optimize 3D models for real-time visualization.
- Create Adobe PDF files with the push of a button.
- View the TrueType fonts installed on your system.
- Create, animate, and render 3D images on your PC.
- Create 3D models and upload them to Google Earth.
- Analyze and solve captchas on your PC.
- Write PDF documents from any application.
- View, zoom, and pan SKP files.
- Convert PDF files to JPEG, BMP, PNG, and TIFF files easily.
- View geometries and 3D models.
- View and convert DWG files.
All versions:4.1 stars
out of 44 votes
Current version:1.0 stars
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"Loaded with malware"
Version: BullZip PDF Printer 22.214.171.1244
Waaaaay to easy to install. Goes too fast to read
Loaded up with Blekko Malware Search crap.
This application is loaded with Malware and I've been trying since yesterday to get it off my machine. Shame on CNET for ever letting that happen.
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