When integrating novaPDF SDK in a 32bit application that will be distributed on Windows x64 systems too, you have to take into account some aspects regarding the default behavior of our installer. One of these is the novaPDF installer that contains both 32 bit and 64 bit versions of the novaPDF driver and of the COM interface. Because of its built-in automatic detection, when installing novaPDF on Windows x64 computers (via your application), the 64bit version of the driver and COM interface are installed (and not the 32bit version).
Converting publications created with Microsoft Publisher to PDF is easily done by installing a program that does the actual PDF conversion, called a virtual PDF printer. If you don't have a PDF printer installed, use the Download page to download and install novaPDF.
This tutorial shows how to convert a project created with Microsoft Office Project to a PDF file. novaPDF is a PDF converter that allows creating PDF files from any Windows application that supports printing. If you don't have novaPDF installed, use the Download page to download and install it.
Using Microsoft PowerPoint you can create impressive presentations that your audience will love. However, if you are collaborating with other users and want to ask their opinion regarding the presentation without them having PowerPoint installed, a solution is converting the presentation to PDF and sending it to them for review. The conversion to PDF is very simple; you just need a converter such as novaPDF installed and simply print your presentation to it. If you don't have it installed, you can obtain a copy from the Download page.