novaPDF Lite PDF Creator

by Keith

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Adobe Acrobat has been the reknown popular PDF Creator for Windows. For some, users may just buy them off the shelves, but to others where financial is a little constrained, Adobe Acrobat just seems too dear to be purchased in a legal way. Well, instead of resorting to illegal downloads, or purchasing pirated copies of Adobe Acrobat, novaPDF is available for download freely and yet does the job equally well in creating professional quality documents in industry-standard PDF file format.


novaPDF allows users, from novice to professionals, to instantly create high quality PDF files by simply selecting the “Print” command from virtually almost any applications. As such, Microsoft applications, such as Microsoft Word and Microsoft Excel, are easily converted to PDF file format and shared with others.

Fully equipped with several advance features, it is compatible with any PDF viewer or editor, such as Acrobat Reader and GhostGum.

Though I mentioned that novaPDF is free, it however leaves a “Created with novaPDF Printer” notice at the bottom of the generated PDF file, which is to my dismay, an unsightly look. Nevertheless, the product can be purchased for $19.95, which is much cheaper than Adobe Acrobat, to have that notice removed. novaPDF is available in 3 editions; Professional, Standard and Lite editions, with the last 2 respective editions having limited functionalities.

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3 reviews or comments

Keith Says: March 31, 2006 at 2:06 am

There is a new version of novaPDF 3.0 which I have followed up and wrote about it in SoftSift.

This new version contains several enhancement and some minor bug fixes.

Have fun with it.

joe Says: July 18, 2006 at 8:56 am

This would be great if PrimoPDF didn’t offer the same program for free without the annoying logo. Why would someone pay for this?

Abby Says: March 4, 2007 at 7:20 am

“Why would someone pay for this?”
Good question. I guess it’s the same with most people using something like MS Office instead of Open Office. It’s a well known product, heavily advertised, and even though there might be a free solution, it is usually worth paying for. I’ve been using some other stand alone PDF Creator solution myself for some time now, and I actually paid $29 for it. But it works great, the support team kindly helped me with some problems, and it’s way cheaper than Acrobat’s official solution. But thanks for bringing up the PrimoPDF title! My license has almost expired so I might as well check this software out, if it’s free anyway :)

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