call me an idiot, but i didn't know about this tool: http://www.primopdf.com/
a free pdf-print-driver-type-thing that has full pdf features (security, etc.)
a quick test showed a good output and the security seemed to work.
i haven't tested embedding fonts, etc. but it's a good little utility.
the .NET Rocks! show is coming to Phoenix. as a part of their roadtrip, they will be stopping by and enlightening us on mobile technologies and visual basic 2005. they will have stuff to give out as well!
registration is required and limited, please only register if you plan on going so that others may have a chance.
okay, i’ve posted about these before, but here’s a final consolidated place to get some of the information.
if you aren’t in a “key city” launch area, rest assured, the MSDN and TechNet team will be coming to a city near/around you… check out the information at
on some level i like to think i had input on getting this feature in:
the “publish” link is for those who want the precompilation option. prior to RC (in beta2) it was hidden more than a few clicks away — which was a shift from those used to the right-click “build” option in today’s asp.net projects…
so if you are looking for the precompile option — it’s at your fingertips now.
saw this good explanation of some of the new v2 collection/generics and the definition of different implementations.