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How to convert the Word 2010 document in to a PDF directly

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To convert the Word 2010 document in to a PDF,


Select the File Tab
Scroll down to Save & Send, click on the tab the window will change to Save & Send. Select Create PDF/XPS Document in the middle pane,
on the left pane is an icon click on the icon Create PDF/XPS.
A dialog box open Publish as PDF or XPS.

Enter a file name for the document and choose a destination folder where you would like it to be saved.
Specify the publishing option.
In the Optimize for, select Standard Size to print in high quality,
or select Minimum Size if you prefer low file size over print quality.
Click on Options….,
A dialog box opens Options

Select Page range All or Current page
Publish what Document
Include non-printing pro-printing information deselect all

Select your PDF option of the text
Click OK
Select Publish
After publishing the PDF document, the document opens immediately in a PDF reader on your computer.
In order to view a converted PDF document, you need a PDF reader installed on your computer.

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Author: LPGraphics

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