Free PDF Printers for Windows You Should Know

Currently, PDF format is more frequently used than other formats because it can retain the formatting and fonts. So if you get some important PDF files on your Windows and want to print them, you just need a Windows PDF Printer, this article will provide you several good choices. You can select your favorite one and try it by yourself!

1. Bullzip PDF Printer

Bullzip PDF Printer is a freeware for Microsoft Windows, which lets you create PDF files, from just about anything you can print. This application works by installing a virtual printer, which gets this job done. While it is free for personal use, it can also be commercially used by up to 10 users. The good thing about this program is that it does not have any advertising or pop-ups. It can print to PDF from almost any Windows program.

2. PDFlite

PDFlite is a virtual PDF printer for Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7. During the install process for PDFlite, choose to install the PDF converter, which is a virtual printer driver which will allow you to print to PDF (which is the same as converting to PDF). For example, open an image in your standard image viewer. Now select print in your image viewer. Select PDFlite as your printer and then click Print. You will now get an option to save a PDF file.

3. PDF Printer for Windows 7

The PDF Printer looks like a printer and allows the application to write a document as a PDF Document in the same way it would print the document to the printer. When a user prints their document to PDF Printer, rather than sending the file to a laser jet or inkjet printer, the software creates a PDF Document. This software can easily create Adobe PDF documents from Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, Outlook, Project, Visio, Publisher, Internet Explorer, AutoCAD, Lotus Notes, Quark Express, Xpress or any application that prints.

Now, we’ve introduced three of them above, if you are interested, you can have a try! Have fun! :)


Posted by Renesa Selden Follow @RenesaSelden

Author: Renesa Selden works as a webeditor, who is very proficient in PDF tips and tricks. She likes to write posts related to PDF. Hope these articles can be helpful for you.

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