Mac PDF converter

Question: Is there a PDF converter for Mac OS X? The IT Guy says: Every program running in Mac OS X has the ability to create a PDF File from the print dialog window. Simply choose File – Print, but instead of clicking “Print” choose “Save as PDF.” Then select the desired location and file name for the
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Question: Is there a PDF converter for Mac OS X?

The IT Guy says:
Every program running in Mac OS X has the ability to create a PDF File from the print dialog window. Simply choose File – Print, but instead of clicking “Print†choose “Save as PDF.†Then select the desired location and file name for the converted PDF file. Alternatively, you can purchase the full version of Adobe Acrobat. It will allow you to create more optimized, smaller PDF files that include many advanced features not available with the simple Print to PDF option in the default OS X print dialog window.

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