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vrach

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Hello! I wasn't sure where I'd need to post this, but I need help saving document from a program such as "adobe presenter" from online. I need some other way other than screen shots. I need to save a few practice MCAT exams from Kaplan possibly as PDFs. If it helps, on their website the technical requirements for MAC OS are:

Macintosh OS 10.2 or higher
128 MB RAM (256 MB recommended)
G4 processor (1 GHz or better)
Sound card and speakers or headphones
56k modem or faster, and reliable Internet service (DSL/Cable modem or faster recommended)
Firefox 1.5 or higher (limited support for Safari 1.0 or higher)
RealPlayer 8 or higher (Go to II. Free Browser Plug-ins to see if you have it)
Macromedia Flash Player 8.0 or higher (Go to II. Free Browser Plug-ins to see if you have it)
Acrobat Reader 5.0 or higher (Go to II. Free Browser Plug-ins to see if you have it)
Stuffit Expander 4.5 or higher
Cookies and Javascript must be enabled
America Online users will need 5.0 or higher, and will need to minimize the AOL window and open Safari 1.0 or higher
1024x768 screen resolution or higher


If needed I can also use a PC. Please help!!
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Hi vrach and welcome

I use Cute PDF Writer at home. Google results for CutePDF Writer

I use PDF995 on my work laptop. Google results for PDF995

Both are free and install as a "printer". I am happy with both. They also show one for Macs.

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Thank you very much! I will try that!
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