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Old 09-05-2006, 06:15 PM   #3
Steve Rindsberg
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Roary makes good points. I've got all three, 5, 6, and 7 on one PC or another and still find that for simply producing PDFs for uses such as you describe, 5's not only fine, it's generally faster and easier to use and lacks the toystore interface that later versions offer. Installs are a lot simpler as well.

If you're going to go upscale, I'd go 7, skip 6, IMO (but understand that 7 has activation, which makes it a pain to move the software from one computer to another ... it can be done but it's more work).

Ah. Do you plan to use this with any of the MS products? If so, which, and which version? That could be important.

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