PDFs are files created for a precise look and at a quality suited to professional printing. They are read-only and unalter...
Creating a PDF in Word<br />Saving a document as a PDF in Microsoft Word ensures that the viewer will see it exactly as yo...
Creating a PDF in Word<br />Open your Save Astaskbox.<br />
Creating a PDF in Word<br />In the Save As dialogue:<br /><ul><li> Type in your desired file name
 Open the drop down ‘Save as type’                                           menu.</li></li></ul><li>Creating a PDF in Wor...
Creating a PDF in Word<br />You’re given two options for optimization. <br />Choose Standard if the PDF is primarily to be...
Changing a PDF to a JPEG<br />Changing a PDF to a JPEG is a great idea when the document is going to be viewed quickly and...
Adding a PDF to the FB Page<br />This is super easy!<br />Select Edit Page on the Page Admin window. <br />
Adding a PDF to the FB Page<br />PDF for Pages is the application that acts as an easy PDF reader, so the user’s computer ...
Adding a PDF to the FB Page<br />From here it’s pretty self-explanatory. <br />Just hit Add a New Document and you’ll be p...
 Anyway!<br />I hope that this was kind of helpful!<br />Any other questions about how to alter the Facebook page, and I’l...
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  1. 1. PDFs are files created for a precise look and at a quality suited to professional printing. They are read-only and unalterable by the viewer. <br />They contain specialty fonts, photographs, and advanced formatting within a single file, making them ideal for creating and transmitting newsletters, brochures, and other files where you want to ensure your exact design will be printed on the physical page. <br />You can create PDFs in a variety of programs, from Adobe Acrobat and Adobe Pagemaker to simple Microsoft Word. <br />However, PDFs are very large files that can only be read with a PDF program. When trying to view PDFs online, people with slower connections often experience extremely long load times. <br />If a single-page file is not going to be commercially printed, I prefer to use a compressed JPG or HTML formatting appropriate for the web. Using web-appropriate file types ensures that a casual viewer will see your message easily. <br />The exception to the rules are files with are intended to be printed and longer newsletters. <br />
  2. 2. Creating a PDF in Word<br />Saving a document as a PDF in Microsoft Word ensures that the viewer will see it exactly as you intend. It is ideal when many people will be printing an item from different computers.<br />The file will be unalterable after saving, so be sure to first save a copy as a .doc file before starting.<br />
  3. 3. Creating a PDF in Word<br />Open your Save Astaskbox.<br />
  4. 4. Creating a PDF in Word<br />In the Save As dialogue:<br /><ul><li> Type in your desired file name
  5. 5. Open the drop down ‘Save as type’ menu.</li></li></ul><li>Creating a PDF in Word<br />Choose PDF in the drop down menu.<br />
  6. 6. Creating a PDF in Word<br />You’re given two options for optimization. <br />Choose Standard if the PDF is primarily to be printed. <br />Choose Minimum if is to be seen online to keep file size tolerable.<br />
  7. 7. Changing a PDF to a JPEG<br />Changing a PDF to a JPEG is a great idea when the document is going to be viewed quickly and online.<br />You use the very same technique, except open the PDF in Photoshop. <br />From there, use the Save As taskboxand choose JPEG from the Save as type drop down menu.<br />
  8. 8. Adding a PDF to the FB Page<br />This is super easy!<br />Select Edit Page on the Page Admin window. <br />
  9. 9. Adding a PDF to the FB Page<br />PDF for Pages is the application that acts as an easy PDF reader, so the user’s computer doesn’t have to deal with the extra work of viewing the file. <br />Just click on Edit.<br />
  10. 10. Adding a PDF to the FB Page<br />From here it’s pretty self-explanatory. <br />Just hit Add a New Document and you’ll be prompted with a Browsing option to upload your file. <br />There is also a box marked Custom Preview Image. This can be used to display the NGN logo instead of a blank page before the view opens the file. <br />
  11. 11. Anyway!<br />I hope that this was kind of helpful!<br />Any other questions about how to alter the Facebook page, and I’ll try to answer them as clearly as possible.<br />Thanks so much for bearing with me, Hallie! Life can be a handful at times, but I’m glad to be able to do my tiny part for a larger cause. <br />

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