I have owned Adobe Acrobat for many years, long before I even bought WinTotal. Ever since WinTotal added the ability to print to PDF internally, about a year or so ago, every time I print to PDF in my other programs (Word, Excel, Photoshop, QuickBooks, etc.), I can not use the "Acrobat Distiller" (like I once was able to) because something about the "WinTOTAL PDF Driver" trumped it. Evidentially, both drivers can't co-exist. I once called WinTotal Tech Support and they actually told me to get a newer version of Adobe Acrobat (I have 5.0), after paying a la mode well over $2000 in the last couple of years for all of their services! I told the guy off on the phone. I paid this much money for WinTotal and they get some kind of light version of PDF that puts seals on the top of the printout if you use it in any other program and also block the full version of Adobe Acrobat itself from working? Does anyone have the same problem? What happens is that, whenever you use the "WinTOTAL PDF Driver" in programs that are not WinTotal, two round seals are put at the top of every page and they can not be deleted. When you try to print to "Acrobat Distiller", since the "WinTOTAL PDF Driver" was installed, you get an error message. If you try to re-install Adobe Acrobat, WinTotal's automatic maintenance program runs itself and again trumps Adobe Acrobat. If anyone has figured out a work around, please let me know because WinTotal Tech Support not only can't figure it out but denies it even happens. Too bad I can't figure out how to get my QuickBooks program to write several hundred dollar annual checks to a la mode! I do like WinTotal as compared to other programs, but they should be bending over backwards to fix problems at the software fee they charge. Thanks in advance!