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IPAD View, how to save in PDF

I have some data in iPAD View software, it is protected. i can not save it in PDF or anything.

Can someone let me know how to crack this, or save it in PDF, or even word or watever that i can keep with myself.

Thanks,
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helpdesk93
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MuraliCommented:
Install a virtual printer in your pc. Try to print through it.

you can try with deskPDF, Solid Converter PDF.
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helpdesk93Author Commented:
i have got printer already installed, but when i click on print it only gives me the network printer, it doesn't show up the PDF. though i have Adobe Acobat professional full version insatlled.
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MuraliCommented:
I hope becasue it because same software adobe reader with professional.

Can you try thrird party virtual printer once!
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helpdesk93Author Commented:
i tried deskPDF, but when i click on print i do not see the deskPDF virtual printer. though i see other network printers.
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ashraf882Commented:
From another forum-
Install any PDF Writer (I use the CutePDF Writer)
After installed, you will have a printer called CutePDFWriter
Rename it for what ever you want, but don't use the "PDF" on it. In my case a renamed to Canon Local. Again, really it does not matter the name that you put, just make sure that you do not use the character sequence as PDF.
Load the Ipad file with the Ipad viewer
After, just print it to the new "Canon Local"
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ashraf882Commented:
I gave a new answer, try this.
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helpdesk93Author Commented:
Excellent, idea Thanks a lot!!!! it worked
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