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PDFCreator easily creates PDFs from any Windows program. Use it like a printer in Word, Excel or any other Windows application. A PDF takes less storage space, and is easier to send with email. Make PDF creator part of your the software suite you have installed on your computer for easy PDF creation.

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  • Ankit
    Ankit
    2014-05-08

    I am trying to get PDFCreator 1.9.3 to install on my computer but I am not able to find it anywhere on your website or on SourceForge.

     
  • Philip Chinery
    Philip Chinery
    2014-05-12

    Hi,

    we habe abandoned the sf svn in favour of a solution hosted with us for speed reasons. We always provide a zip with the source code along with the releases. You can find that here:
    http://download.pdfforge.org/download/pdfcreator/list

     
    • Ankit
      Ankit
      2014-05-12

      Thanks.

      On Mon, May 12, 2014 at 5:14 PM, Philip Chinery jahwe2000@users.sf.netwrote:

      Hi,

      we habe abandoned the sf svn in favour of a solution hosted with us for
      speed reasons. We always provide a zip with the source code along with the
      releases. You can find that here:
      http://download.pdfforge.org/download/pdfcreator/list


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      • Ankit
        Ankit
        2014-05-15

        Hi,

        Thanks for the link. Do you provide the installation file (inno .iss file)
        of the .NET based version 1.9.3 of PDFCreator along with the source
        code? because the computer on which I run your PDFCreator do not have .NET
        4.0 and internet connection, so if I can modify the setup.iss file to
        include the .NET 4.0 framework inside the setup itself instead of a
        internet download, that would be of great help. Let me know if you can
        provide the inno .iss of version 1.9.3 setup.

        Thanks again.

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        Ankit

        On Mon, May 12, 2014 at 5:29 PM, Ankit ankitnagpal123@users.sf.net wrote:

        Thanks.

        On Mon, May 12, 2014 at 5:14 PM, Philip Chinery jahwe2000@users.sf.net
        wrote:

        Hi,

        we habe abandoned the sf svn in favour of a solution hosted with us for
        speed reasons. We always provide a zip with the source code along with the
        releases. You can find that here:
        http://download.pdfforge.org/download/pdfcreator/list


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        • Philip Chinery
          Philip Chinery
          2014-05-16

          The easiest way to circumvent this is to install .Net 4.0 before calling the PDFCreator setup. We are using the official Microsoft redistributable installer and this always requires an internet connection. If you need this for more machines, you could write a small script that first calls the .Net setup and then installs PDFCreator