Create Password Protected PDF Documents With Bullzip PDF Printer
PDF writers are always a handy way of quickly converting numerous file types to the Portable Document Format. PDF writers usually install themselves as virtual printers and hence allow converting images, MS office documents (such as PowerPoint files) and other kinds of files to PDF format. We have previously reviewed a number of PDF manipulation tools that act as PDF writers, including PrimoPDF and Soda PDF 3D Reader. However, if you are looking for a PDF writer that can password protect your files, allow you to change meta information, as well as manipulate the converted document in many other ways, then you need BullZip PDF Printer.
Like most PDF writers, BullZip installs itself as a virtual printer and allows converting documents from the Print option.
Once you give the print command a dialog box pops-up which enables you to configure numerous options before creating the PDF document. This includes, the option to change the destination folder, to append the document if output exists, open the document after creation, change meta information (author’s name, title, subject, quality, compatibility level and initial zoom level), watermark the document, merge the newly created file with other PDF documents and to password protect the PDF file.
Once you are done with the document configurations, click Save to create the PDF document. For demonstrative purposes, we have converted a webpage screenshot to PDF format, however as mentioned earlier, you can convert a wide range of documents to PDF format (with BullZip).
BullZip PDF printer works on the following operating systems:
- Windows XP
- Windows Vista
- Windows 7
- Windows Server 2003
- Windows Server 2008