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Isn’t this everyone’s dream?  5 Simple Tools for a Paperless Office.” I think that every one of these is implementable, today, in any work environment.

“5 Simple Tools for a Paperless Office”

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  2. Matt Gutting Says:

    As far as PDF995: (1) “A PDF printer driver is an excellent way to digitally render [various documents] that you’d like clients to read, but not change …” Unless of course they have NitroPDF, referenced earlier. (2) Ad-supported? I wouldn’t bother – I use <a href="http://cutepdf.com/Products/CutePDF/writer.asp&quot;CutePDF Writer, which apparently works the same way as PDF995 (it’s a printer driver) except for the lack of ads. The only down side is that it needs a (free) second download, which however is available on the same page.

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