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    roelofwielinga
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    Hi, I communicate a lot through email (that’s why I purchased the email-module). It works fantastic, but there is one thing:

    On a regular basis I have to write letters to insurance, doctors etc. on my clients behalf. Now I’d like to send these letters as .pdf, since no alterations can be made once it’s created. I use the ‘letter to patient’, or the ‘letter to patient gp’ – report to start with. When I finish the letter I have to save it as for instance .rtf, .doc, .txt, file. When I send this to my client, he or she can modify this to whatever he wants.

    What are your ideas on this matter?

    #33078
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    Hi Roelof,

    You can use a 3rd party application to “print” a document as a PDF document. This doesn’t actually print anything physical, but it creates the document as a PDF file. We use PrimoPDF which is free, fast and simple.

    There are many others too :-
    http://www.google.co.uk/search?q=free+pdf+printer+driver

    Hope this helps!

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