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Saving Word Docs to Adobe PDF Format

By car1626 ·
I am requesting to know if anyone knows of a program that will allow one to save MS Word Documents in Adobe PDF Format. I have downloaded several files from Tech Republic and upon unzipping the files, I noticed that they are in both formats (Word and PDF)I had it installed on my system one day and it showed up in the Microsoft Word task bar area. All you had to do was use the Save As function and select Adobe PDF format.

Thanks.

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Re:Saving Word Docs to Adobe PDF Format

by sulmau In reply to Saving Word Docs to Adobe ...

Hi,

If u want to convert/save ur MS Office files in Acrobat then u should have Adobe Acrobat 5.0 ( Full Version ) installed on ur system.

Current price for the complete software is $249.

For more info pls check the following link for Acrobat Reader & MS Offcie,

http://www.adobe.com/products/acrobat/complement.html

Hope above all will be helpful.

If u need any further info don't hesitate to contact me.

Thanks / Sulman

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Free PDF creation

by Harry Bosch In reply to Saving Word Docs to Adobe ...

There is a free program available at www.pdf995.com. It works as a normal printerdriver. All you have to do is print to it and you get any document as a PDF.

The free version has some advertising but if you register (costs around $ 10) they disable this feature.

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MakePDF for Word

by dkiefer In reply to Saving Word Docs to Adobe ...

MakePDF for Word http://www.docauto.com/MakePDF.htm will do this as well. It also has integration with Outlook, GroupWise and MAPI-compliant e-mail systems, HotDocs and the iManage document management system.

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Adobe

by NetMom In reply to Saving Word Docs to Adobe ...

If you have adobe acrobat (not reader) loaded on your computer, it will show up in your tool bar in Word. All you have to do is click the adobe icon in the tool bar. I do this very frequently.

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