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How to convert word to pdf

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  • Great post, There another reliable and secure word to PDF converter utility also available, you can use third-party software Kernel for Word to PDF Converter Tool. That software is easy to use and cost-effective. It can quickly convert word file to PDF file format without any problem.
    To more details visit this link : http://www.convertingwordtopdf.net/
    http://www.wordtopdfconverterfree.com/
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  • There is no arguing that Adobe Acrobat is the most popular used application to make PDF eBooks. It is powerful and stable. It enables you to create new pages, edit text, images, pages, headers and footers, hyperlinks, properties, securities easily. The only Cons of the software are that the price is too high for personal users and the size is very large which has high requirements for the OS and the PC.
    So, many people want to pdf converter software to help convert word to pdf. It's very cheap. Nemo pdf converter is free trial, you should try. http://www.nemopdf.com/products/word_to_pdf.html
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  • 1.
    • What is PDF?
    • A PDF (portable document format) file is an industry standard for distributing documents that retains a document's layout from one computer to another, and requires only the free Adobe Reader to view and print.
    • Why PDF?
    • Dependability
    • No virus
    • Small file size
  • 2. How to Convert an MS Word Doc into a PDF for Free Lisha Li 14/11/07
  • 3. Introduction
    • If you want to create PDF files, a number of free software applications available that convert any printable document format, such as Word, Excel, or HTML, to PDF format.
    • A PDF conversion software installs itself as a virtual printer driver to your computer, appearing in the Printers list. To create PDF files, open your document, print and select the PDF printer.
  • 4. Things You Need
    • Computer with Internet access and Windows operating system
    • Microsoft Word
  • 5. Step 1: Find a Free PDF Conversion Software
    • “ free PDF software”
    • An example of a free PDF conversion software:
  • 6. Step 2: Download and Install the Software
    • The PDF conversion software is installed in your computer as a virtual printer.
    Some operating systems requires administrative rights to install a printer. If your user account doesn't have sufficient rights, log onto your computer as an administrator and install the software
  • 7. Step 3: Open Your Word File
  • 8. Step 4: Print Your Document
    • You don’t Save your document to PDF format, rather you Print it to PDF format.
  • 9. Step 5: Select the PDF Printer
    • Select the PDF printer from the Printers list.
  • 10. Step 6: Name and Locate Your File
    • When prompted, type in a file name for your PDF and select a location on your hard drive.
    Some PDF conversion software will also let you enter additional information, such as the author's name, a file description, and keywords.
  • 11. Step 7: Create Your File
    • The PDF conversion software turns your Word document into a PDF file and the PDF file is opened in the default PDF viewer.
  • 12.
    • Questions?