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Old 05-11-2005, 04:27 AM
Clyde (clyde)
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Default Hi Mark, PDF format is a

Hi Mark,

PDF format is a great way to publish music on the web. And its great that Composer works with PDF drivers to produce a good result.

One such PDF driver that I have used with great success is PDF995 (available from www.pdf995.com). It comes in a free version or in a licenced version ($9.95US) (They both produce the same output, except the free version places some popup adds on your computer screen - the PDF file does not have adds in it).

Here is a sample PDF from one of my songs:
<center><table border=1><tr><td>PDF
The Lord's Prayer.pdf (30.7 k)</td></tr></table></center>

There are other products on the PDF995 range that allow you to combined PDF files (eg PDFedit995), so you are able to compile books of music if desired.

Very easy to install, inexpensive, and works well with Composer.

Cheers ... Clyde
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