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Both LibreOffice and OpenOffice have a direct export to PDF feature. It works very nicely; I've used it to export files to be sent to Windows users ever since it became available. I've not lost a bit of formatting when using it.
Acrobat does not run on Linux, though you might me able to get at least some versions working with Wine.
In Red Hat Enterprise Linux, when you print, you are given the option of "Print to File". In this, you are given two options, a postscript option (.ps) and a portable digital format (.pdf) option. Nothing additional to install.
HTH....it's the extent of pdf printing I have with Linux...