Turn just about any document into a PDF file
and reduce your ink and paper costs too!
Are you tired of printing reams and reams of paper, or sending your Word documents/Excel spreadsheets as email attachments, and then worrying if the recipient is going to change something that they shouldn’t?
If so, the CutePDF is the tool for you! Visit http://www.cutepdf.com and download their free version (you’ll see advertisements) of CutePDF.
CutePDF is nothing more than a fancy “printer” which you’ll select when you go to print something, choose a location to save the document, and give it a name and “poof” you’ve got a .pdf file.
Just as an aside; if you use our software, you can print your certified payroll reports and aia billing to .pdf files and then send them as email attachments.
- Download and install CutePDF, using the link above
- From the Print window in our software, click the Select Printer button
- Choose CutePDF from the list of available printers
If you print each certified payroll report and/or AIA Draw individually you can save them to different job folders.
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