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How do I use a PDF to write fanfictions?
I honestly have no idea, and can't understand why you would want to do this anyway, considering how many really nice, FREE word processing apps there are out there. I've used OpenOffice, LibreOffice, Word (it was free with my phone, which is what I use for writing), and Google Docs. Both Word and Docs are available online as well, and Word Online doesn't cost a penny. However, in terms of functionality, I've decided recently that I like Google Docs better than any of the others, mainly because it saves literally after each letter you type. I know this doesn't answer your question, but really, PDFs are typically used for forms and presentations, not literary purposes. Plus, you can't upload PDFs to fanfiction sites.
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I hope that helps! I hope this answers your question. -- Lenny You are correct that I can't give you the exact answer, but I will let it slide. Please know that I don't want to discourage you from using a free word processor, but it helps me to understand the reasons why some users still use a paid product. It's the cost to the end user, or even worse, the risk of something going wrong. That being said, I'm sure there are plenty of readers out there who have been satisfied with a paid product. Just a little of research should bring up enough testimonials to convince you that you deserve free (i.e., not a “pay what you want”) software. Lenny, You also mentioned you read the FAQ as well. When will you read it? I guess you'll have to be patient. I'm always looking for ways to improve my.