As many of you might know Microsoft office (2003 at least) does not support exporting pdf's nativity, What good software is there out there that can easily export a word document into a pdf format.
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With the risk of sounding like an open source zealot (which I'm not), you should try OpenOffice; it's so way less annoying and faster than MS office that I ditched MSO at home.
Oh, and it also let you nativly save PDF's.
Pdf 995 is a printer driver that exports to PDF format. The version I use initially came bundled with some tax software, so I don't know if the download product is the same, although I would imagine so. It's pretty easy to use and quite configurable.
Microsoft supports PDF save-as (almost) out of the box for Office 2007
PrimoPDF or doPDF
Unbelievable. 4 answers and still nobody mentioned Adobe Acrobat (since you didn't ask for free software)