I posted this on Slope of Hope. Some of you may find this a handy resource. I was experimenting with it for printing out some charts from Stockcharts.com. You can find those downloads a couple posts back. Some of you may remember that I used to do some pretty nifty downloads and they were popular with readers. I need to do more 'value added', and I will be posting these sector charts each week. I may do something else with them too....but I'm still ruminating on that. Here's the PDF post:
I also want to share a resource with you that you may not be aware of. There is a free download of an application called CutdPDF which you can find here: http://www.cutepdf.com/
Essentially it will set up a 'printer' that will print whatever you have in PDF form. It's pretty handy.
For a mere $50, you can get the professional version that will allow you edit, merge, delete, etc. For those of you with small businesses, you might find that handy. Last week I had to handle more than 1000 pages of data which required that I redact some stuff. This $50 program saved me alot of time and my client alot of money. (I had Kinko's copy the files with a pdf output for me to edit).
Anyway, something that you might find helpful in your off line life. I personally like to see charts on paper, and this was a handy way to print out the charts to pdf's and then merge them together.
(edit...I have no affiliation with this company, but I'm highly affiliated with ideas that save time/money and I like to share them)