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I’ve tested many online solutions for creating PDF documents online – and most work okay. Granted most of them add their pesky watermark telling everyone you’ve used their software, but if you can live with it, go a head… I can’t!  This time I have found a couple of great tools which allows you to create PDF documents from any URL or document. Free of charge. No watermarks. And very very fast.

Expert PDF – Free online URL to PDF Converter

What really got my attention is that their plug-in support 24-bit transparent PNG images without adding the common blue tone backdrop as so many other solutions do. As long as you’ve got a valid URL you can create a perfect PDF document in matter of seconds. Just type (or paste) the URL, click on Convert to PDF, and a few seconds later (depending on your connection speed) you already have your PDF document ready for download.

Try It Here !

PrimoOnline – Free PDF converter

The Primo PDF tool is also a very great tool as it allows you to upload any kind of documents like Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Visio, Corel WordPerfect, Open Office etc. Like Expert PDF it also allows you to create a PDF-document from an URL. However even tho the PrimoPDF supports all the common graphics formats it does add that light blue shade behind transparent PNG images.

PrimoPDF delivers the finished PDF-document directly to you Email Inbox.

Try It Here!



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Computer geek from the age of 7, which amounts to 30 years of computer experience. From the early days (when every computer company had their own OS) of DOS, Windows 1.0 through Seven...

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