Adobe PDF is the most popular format for saving documents since the layout and formatting is preseved and PDF documents look the same on any platform. You can even view them online in Google Docs without requiring Adobe Reader.

How to Manage Your Collection of PDF Files

Learn how to efficiently manage your library of PDF documents using free software. Also learn how to use Scribd as an online PDF organizer with full-text search for your ebook and other private files.

Convert Web Files to PDF with Google Docs Viewer

This tutorial describes how you may convert web files of any format, including Word documents, XLS, Photoshop, PowerPoint Presentations, etc. to PDF format using Google Docs Viewer.

One-Click File Sharing with Adobe Reader X

PDF software Adobe Reader X sports a lean UI, offers better protection against 'bad' PDFs and is nicely integrated with Adobe SendNow, an online file sharing service.

Read the Internet via Email

You can now browse the web via email. Simply send the site URL to web2PDF and it will send you the full web page as PDF.

Get Documents Digitally Signed with Adobe eSign

Learn how you can digitally sign PDF documents and forms for free online without requiring any software. The digital signatures can also be verified in Acrobat and Adobe Reader.

Download Free PDF Printer

Download a free PDF printer driver your Windows computer to create search-optimized PDF documents from any application.

Create a PDF Diary with all your Tweets

Tweetbook is a free web service that can create a nice diary-like PDF book of all your own tweets and your favorites. You may also backup and download your Twitter account into an XML file with Tweetbook.

Use Google Docs as a Batch PDF Converter

Looking for a free batch PDF converter? This article describes how you can convert several Office documents, PowerPoint Presentations and Excel Spreadsheets into the Adobe PDF format online at once using Google Docs.

Real Life Case Studies of the Blogging Industry – PDF Book

PDF book - Boom and Bust in the Blogosphere looks at successful blogs like TechCrunch, Gawker, Robert Scoble, BoingBoing or Darren Rowse and also analyzes blogs like PVR Wire, Blognation and Know More Media that were popular at one time but no longer exist on the Internet.