Bluebeam PDF, can you use it outside of SolidWorks?

I tried creating a PDF with Bluebeam printer of a webpage. The printer
icon came up on the bottom of the page, it and look like something was
printed. I didnt get an option to save the filename, so Im not sure if
it really did anything.
I did a search on the C: drive for *.pdf, and didnt see any new files.
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SW Monkey
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Yeah it doesn't give you an error looks like it is doing something but doesn't. I think if you buy their full version it works on anything.
Corey
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CS
We've had the same thing happen here. We actually bought PDF995 to use from other programs like AutoCAD and it's been working really well.
Richard
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Richard Charney
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has a free pdf generator. I use that @ home, and it works great. IT dept is very strict on what we install @ work, so I cant install it. :P
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SW Monkey
If you're looking for a good free solution, try PDFCreator which is open source. It has several options including security. You can print to a PDF or several other formats (PNG, JPG, BMP, PCX, TIFF, PS, EPS). There are also several translations available if you need something other than English.
The project page is at
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the download page for the current release is
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This is free and has no adware/spyware attached. I suggest that you get the AFPL version (PDFCreator-0_8_0_AFPLGhostscript.exe). The AFPL version uses a newer PDF creating engine than the GNU version. The only caveat of the AFPL version is that you can't redistribute it commercially, which is no problem for in-house use.
Jonathan Anderson
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Jonathan Anderson
Do any of the alternatives NOT flip page setup from Landscape tp Portrait after they have been used? So far, many seem to do so
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albert

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