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How do I print a PDF document in Microsoft Office 2007?

With the release of Microsoft Office 2007, Microsoft introduced a file format called XPS. It is similar to PDF in that you can save a file to this format and share or print it at a later date. This XPS format is not the global standard and not many people know what it is when they receive it. Fortunately, Microsoft has released a download that now gives you the choice to save your document as a PDF or XPS file.

With the release of Microsoft Office 2007, Microsoft introduced a file format called XPS. It is similar to PDF in that you can save a file to this format and share or print it at a later date. This XPS format is not the global standard, and not many people know what it is when they receive it. Fortunately, Microsoft has released a download that now gives you the choice to save your document as a PDF or XPS file.

Believe it or not Microsoft listens to our feedback.

Now that you have installed your software, open a Microsoft Word document and click Save As PDF Or XPS, as shown in Figure A and Figure B.

Figure A

 

You can choose either PDF or XPS to save your Word documents.

Figure B

Choose either PDF or XPS standard to print to file.
Your last step will be to click Publish to create your PDF, as shown in Figure C.

Figure C

 

Create a PDF file from Microsoft Word 2007.

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